Urbanism IV - Design
- Garant předmětu:
- Department of Urban Design and Planning
Students will acquire information concerning urban design, morphology, topography and typology of settlement structures, relations between mass, space and activities in settlements, forms and structure of public space, infrastructure influences on an urban fabric, new tendencies. What are the questions of today that require the search for answers? Next theme is suburbanisation and different types of urbanistic low-rise formations and buildings, inclusive the problem of „urban sprawl“. The last theme is countryside, villages and settlements in open space, historical and regional points of view, the nature of landscape frame within cadastre limits. Changes (transformations) within the countryside during the last century, namely in agriculture technologies, housing, transportation etc. Within the whole subject theoretical background will be combined with practical field studies.
basic knowledge of building construction and technology, , basic math: linear equations + intetrest in computing , basic macroeconomics
The minimum number of students to open the course is 5. EXCEPTION for self-paying students: if there are less than 5 students, the course will be taught in consultations.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1.Basic terms and relations both in construction projects and general economics.
2.Total project cost/price. Professional services (arch., engineer). Classification in construction.
3.Programming: CPM + resources analysis, bar chart. Site/project management.
4.Pricing: unit rates, the bill of quantities (take-off), direct site cost, on-costs, margin. Fluctuation clause.
5.Procurement, agreement, contract.
6.Cost in use: L/P account, replacement, life cycle costing, net present value, discounted cash flow.
7.Fixed - variable - sales (break-even point) analysis.
8.Economic performance figures/indicators: profitability, pay-back, productivity.
9.Further measuring methods: benchmarking, standard costs/rates.
10.Multi-criteria optimisation: value management, SWOT.
11.Decision under risk management in contract awarding.
12.Decision-making on externalities: environmental impact analysis, PEST impact.
13.Timing of buildings implementation and building technology methods.
14.Strategic controlling on construction project
- Syllabus of tutorials:
- Study Objective:
To enable students to analyse, prepare, organize, erect, supervise, finance, use and refurbish small and medium entrepreneurial projects with emphasis on costing and pricing. To make strategic decisions about capital investment during the project lifecycle by means of the economic and non-economic factors. To set price of professional services.
- Study materials:
Duvigneau+Prasad: Guidelines for Calculating Financial and Economic Rates of Return for Projects, World Bank no 33., Jaggar+Ross+Love: Building Design Cost Management, Blackwell, Oxford 2002. , Rogers, M.: Engineering Project Appraisal, Blackwell, Oxford 2001. ,
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- Architecture and Urbanism, in English (compulsory course)