Designing Better Buildings: Quality and Value in the Built Environment

fdanthon
05 January 2005
 

Sebastian Macmillan (ED), Spon Press, 2005

Contrary to the impression given by the title, this is not a technical handbook addressed at the construction industry. It deals with the role of the client, the effect of design on the end users, the value added by quality, and it attempts both to give advice and find objective (and quantifiable) criteria for the evaluation of design. It is strongly influenced by the ‘first’ Egan report, Rethinking Construction (1998)......

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