1 UTS Advanced Construction

Design & Model by Dean Wall


UTS Advanced Construction

11233 Advanced Architectural Construction

“This subject took the form of a series of case studies demonstrating how the integration of construction systems as
part of the design development has been achieved in a series of outstanding buildings of various scales.
Methodologies and analytic tools to enable the performance criteria of the various elements and components
making up the buildings’ fabric are developed and assessed. Central issues involved in this assessment of fabric and
environmental performance were life cycle and cost benefit analysis, which include issues of embedded energy, the
fabric’s overall impact on the building’s operating energy budget and any marginal costs that may be associated with
achieving an energy efficient built environment.” Frank Minnaert


Casual Academic Studio Tutor:
DANIEL BEASLY

Lecturer:
FRANK MINNAERT

University of Technology Sydney
Third Year, First Semester, 2012


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