Framework of whole life cycle costing for Malaysian high rise residential property development
||Framework of whole life cycle costing for Malaysian high rise residential property development
||PhD-Thesis at Queensland University of Technology
||This project was an initial stage in formulating and management of the optimum budget allocation during the operational, maintenance and rehabilitation phases in high rise residential property development in Malaysia. The principal objective of this project is to develop a framework of Whole Life Cycle Costing for high rise residential property development that will enhance the quality and cost effectiveness of this building type in Malaysia. The researcher investigated 13 building components from 6 high rise residential property developments in Johor, Malaysia to determine the affect and economic impact of component initial cost and quality by applying them to a Whole Life Cycle Cost model approach. The results provide valuable data in respect to the overall cost of specific components over the whole life of a large high rise building. In addition, Dr. Mat Noor also determined the impact and satisfaction of quality of building components through WLCC.
||Building, Housing, Residential Development, Property Development, Property Management, Costing, Financial Management, Whole Life Cycle, Budgeting, Quality
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