- Garant předmětu:
- Department of Construction Engineering II
Decision-making in building projects consists of both economic and non-economic criteria for design and its implementation, e.g. income-expenditures or cost-benefit analysis. Both general mathematical formulas, algorithms and the lecturer´s expertise and skills will develop the student´s knowledge of how to identify optimal strategies and to predict the outcome of strategic interactions within the project life cycle. Seminars are devoted to practical problems in the form of a case study „Create your own business in CZ by buying and refurbishing existing premises“ (prefeasibility study) with emphasis on the construction work cost and architect´s design team costing and pricing. Thus following crucial information is inevitable: total initial project costs, operating/manufacturing project costs in use, project life-time schedule, financing, externalities (EIA, IPPC) and CZ business environment assessment (PEST analysis) and construction work estimating (the bill of quantities, elemental cost analysis. The aim of the course: to furnish students/participants with adequate tools and techniques for competent assessment and strategic decision about capital investment projects under competitive and co-operative post-modern conditions.
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.American architecture I.
2.American architecture II.
3.The crisis of the Modern Movement.
6.Czech architecture after 1989 I.
7.Czech architecture after 1989 II.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
- Study Objective:
- Study materials:
Conrads, Urlich: Programs and manifestos on 20th-century architecture, 1964, MIT Press, 1989., Venturi, Robert: Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture, MOMA New York, 1966.,
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: