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Performance System Model - A Framework For Describing The Totality of Building Performance

Oct 2003 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference
B. Meacham, Ove Arup & Partners; B. Tubbs, International Code Council; D. Bergeron, National Research Council; F. Szigeti, International Centre for Facilities

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Performance System Model - A Framework For Describing The Totality of Building Performance
Oct 2003 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; B. Meacham, Ove Arup & Partners; B. Tubbs, International Code Council; D. Bergeron, National Research Council; F. Szigeti, International Centre for Facilities
This paper outlines a performance system model for describing the integration of components in a performance-based building regulatory system and for helping to establish a common stakeholder understanding of total building performance.