3907712: CF_Energy Renovation - Residential Building

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Semester:SS 15
Type:Miscellaneous
Language:English
Scheduled in semester:1-6
Semester Hours per Week / Contact Hours:55.0 L / 41.5 h
Self-directed study time:138.7 h

Module coordination/Lecturers

Curricula

Bachelor's degree programme in Business Administration (01.09.2012)
Master's degree programme in Architecture (01.09.2014)
Bachelor's degree programme in Architecture (01.09.2014)

Description

Very interesting course for economists and architects, as the course combines management topics such as communication, marketing, dealing with customers; calculation tools; and creates understanding and consensus-finding between technology, architecture and business aspects.

Development of an energy renovation concept for an older existing residential building in Liechtenstein with multiple units. Interdisciplinary development of engineering, architectural and business aspects. The concept should provide an architecturally sophisticated solution in terms of design and expression from which the customer (owner of the building) can benefit in different ways.

  • Introduction into fassade renovation systems and calculation tools for energy and investment costs
  • Introduction to customer needs / benefits and different value propositions
  • Introduction to project management and effective multidisciplinary group work
  • Excursion to innovative projects
  • Individual coaching of project groups
  • Midterm review and final presentation with expert and customer feedback

Lecture Goals

After passing the course the students can run a complex interdisciplinary project with technical and business aspects:

  • Get an general understanding and overview of issues on energy renovations of buildings
  • Verbalize different value proposition of the design and get feedback from the customer to prioritize
  • Understand the technical basics of renovations
  • Compare and evaluate technical design parameters with calculation tools
  • Compare and evaluate cost parameters with calculation tools
  • Get insights into management topics such as communication, marketing, dealing with customers
  • Understand consensus-finding between technology. architecture and business aspects
  • Apply practical project management by defining project goal and task plans with milestones and track progress in the group

Qualifications

Lectures Method

  • Participant-centered learning
  • Lecture with interactive elements
  • Real-life team project work with the potential to be realized

Admission Requirements

Conversation level of English

Exam Modalities

Assessment tasks:
Part A: 30 % Mid term presentation
Part B: 50 % Final presentation
Part C: 20 % Team work

Compulsory atttendance (min. 80%)

Comments

Cross-faculty elective subject:
Notice the special Multi-stage allocation process.

Dates

DatumZeitRaum
25.02.201508:00 - 12:00S3
04.03.201508:00 - 12:00Extern
04.03.201508:00 - 09:00S3
11.03.201508:00 - 12:00S3
25.03.201508:00 - 10:00S3
25.03.201510:15 - 12:00S3
01.04.201508:00 - 12:00S3
15.04.201508:00 - 12:00S3
29.04.201508:00 - 12:00S3
06.05.201508:00 - 12:00S3
13.05.201508:00 - 10:00S3
13.05.201510:15 - 12:00S3
20.05.201508:00 - 12:00S3
03.06.201508:00 - 12:00H3