Value management in architectural education: Case projects on re-purposing heritage sites

Aranda-Mena, G 2017, 'Value management in architectural education: Case projects on re-purposing heritage sites', in AUBEA 41st Conference Proceedings 2017, Melbourne, Australia, 3-5 July 2017, pp. 515-526.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Value management in architectural education: Case projects on re-purposing heritage sites
Author(s) Aranda-Mena, G
Year 2017
Conference name AUBEA 41st Conference 2017
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 3-5 July 2017
Proceedings title AUBEA 41st Conference Proceedings 2017
Publisher RMIT University
Place of publication Australia
Start page 515
End page 526
Total pages 12
Abstract Architects are best positioned to embrace Value Management (VM) at early project stages. VM helps to maximise project outcomes not simply in terms of cost-benefit but in the larger picture and long-term vision. Project objective identification is the process of guiding design teams to achieve common goals and maximise project values through an ideation process. Five heritage sites are used to investigate value management uptake in a traditional design studio context. Findings show that VM assists on the value creation and value capture process maximizing project lifecycle outcomes. Although a structured technique, VM complements ideation and creative processes traditionally applied in design studios providing thus an evaluation framework for architects. VM was also seen as an effective technique to effectively engage with clients.
Subjects Building Construction Management and Project Planning
Building Science and Techniques
Urban Analysis and Development
Keyword(s) Value management
Ideation
Creative Thinking
Design
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