The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 69 (1991) > Issues > Issue 7 > Building Performance and Cost-in-Use
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Building Performance and Cost-in-Use

Arup Research & Development has carried out a series of studies commissioned by the Building Research Establishment on the subject of building performance and costs-in-use. This paper gives a brief commentary on the results of that research, explores the implications and application thereof in the context of the definition of client requirements, and outlines a methodology whereby these performance requirements may be taken into account in an explicit manner in the design and property management processes. K.H. White