Wahlpflicht

Interdisciplinary Project II / Building Renewal

Interdisciplinary Project II
Building Life Cycle Costs (LCC)
A_MA WPM IV Bauen im Bestand / Building Renewal 6CP
IB_MA Interdisciplinary Project I International Management Studies
Interdisciplinary Project I (elective)
Costs efficiency and quality assurance in building construction plays an increasingly important role. In order to reduce the costs and achieve quality, it is necessary for participants from a wide variety of disciplines to work together. In project development, the economic conditions must first be right. Therefore, a cooperation of economists and planners is necessary.
Within the framework of the Interdisciplinary Project I study program, this cooperation is practiced, important principles of life cycle assessment are communicated and the application of the quality assurance instruments described in the guideline on sustainable construction is jointly tested.
Using the example of an existing object, a multidisciplinary team examines the life cycle costs of a building and the possibilities of sustainable optimization.
First, the possibilities for the damage-free recording of defects are conveyed and the location-related, economic, ecological, technical, qualities are determined and sociocultural questions are taken into account. On the basis of the measures necessary for the qualitative classification of the building, quantitative approaches will be determined which will lead to a design task.

The focus is on the integration of technical, ecological and economic constraints into architectural and design concepts, which are comprehensively worked on and appropriately presented within the framework of the project. The application of knowledge of professional, business, financial and legal requirements should be promoted.

Qualification objectives of the module
Application of knowledge and demonstration of problem solving competence in new and unusual contexts, integration of all aspects of a high-level building design and consideration of the complexity as well as the social and ethical effects.
Ability to communicate independently and to present clearly identifiable theses and constructive design solutions to specialists.
Understanding of assessment systems using manual and / or electronic means to diagnose the built environment.


Exercise in groups / life cycle assessment / costs optimization / SWOT Analysis / documentation of the optimization results of interdisciplinary cooperation


Lecturer: Prof. Dipl.- Ing. Martin Wollensak / Ahmad Milad Toryalai

The elective course is regularly held on Tuesdays at 17:00 pm in Room Nr. 7a/1412 in English language according to the schedule.

The exercise task is developed independently on the basis of the professional introductions in the interdisciplinary project seminar. Accompanying the exercises, lectures will take place in the various teaching areas that supplement the topic.

Exercises: The students analyze in groups of 2 to 4 students each an existing building or finished design project. The seminars will provide more detailed information on the information required for the SWOT analysis, U- factor calculations, Life cycle Assessments…
The aim is that the students acquire knowledge about the basis needs of interdisciplinary work by a renewal project.

Interdisciplinary Project I (elective)
Costs efficiency and quality assurance in building construction plays an increasingly important role. In order to reduce the costs and achieve quality, it is necessary for participants from a wide variety of disciplines to work together. In project development, the economic conditions must first be right. Therefore, a cooperation of economists and planners is necessary.
Within the framework of the Interdisciplinary Project I study program, this cooperation is practiced, important principles of life cycle assessment are communicated and the application of the quality assurance instruments described in the guideline on sustainable construction is jointly tested.
Using the example of an existing object, a multidisciplinary team examines the life cycle costs of a building and the possibilities of sustainable optimization.
First, the possibilities for the damage-free recording of defects are conveyed and the location-related, economic, ecological, technical, qualities are determined and sociocultural questions are taken into account. On the basis of the measures necessary for the qualitative classification of the building, quantitative approaches will be determined which will lead to a design task.

The focus is on the integration of technical, ecological and economic constraints into architectural and design concepts, which are comprehensively worked on and appropriately presented within the framework of the project. The application of knowledge of professional, business, financial and legal requirements should be promoted.

Qualification objectives of the module
Application of knowledge and demonstration of problem solving competence in new and unusual contexts, integration of all aspects of a high-level building design and consideration of the complexity as well as the social and ethical effects.
Ability to communicate independently and to present clearly identifiable theses and constructive design solutions to specialists.
Understanding of assessment systems using manual and / or electronic means to diagnose the built environment.


Exercise in groups / life cycle assessment / costs optimization / SWOT Analysis / documentation of the optimization results of interdisciplinary cooperation


Lecturer: Prof. Dipl.- Ing. Martin Wollensak / Ahmad Milad Toryalai

The elective course is regularly held on Tuesdays at 17:00 pm in Room Nr. 7a/1412 in English language according to the schedule.

The exercise task is developed independently on the basis of the professional introductions in the interdisciplinary project seminar. Accompanying the exercises, lectures will take place in the various teaching areas that supplement the topic.

Exercises: The students analyze in groups of 2 to 4 students each an existing building or finished design project. The seminars will provide more detailed information on the information required for the SWOT analysis, U- factor calculations, Life cycle Assessments…
The aim is that the students acquire knowledge about the basis needs of interdisciplinary work by a renewal project.
Studiengänge
A (BA), A (MA), ALD (MA), International Students, andere SG nach Absprache
Dozenten
Ahmad Milad (LBA) Toryalai Prof. Martin Wollensak (A)
SWS/CP
4 SWS
6 CP
Voraussetzungen
English / Interests in Refurbishment
Sprache
E **
Prüfungsleistung
Documentation and presentation of the work results
Max. Teilnehmer
25
Erstes Treffen
10.03.2020,
17:00
Turnus
weekly
Termin
Tue. 17:30 - 19:30
Ort
7a/1.418