Selected Papers from Building A Better New Zealand (BBNZ 2014) Conference by George BairdSelected Papers from Building A Better New Zealand (BBNZ 2014) Conference by George Baird

Selected Papers from Building A Better New Zealand (BBNZ 2014) Conference

Guest editorGeorge Baird, Lois Easton, Adrian Bennett

Hardcover | April 29, 2016

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This Special Issue includes expanded academic papers selected from the forthcoming BBNZ 2014 Conference.
The 2014 Building a Better New Zealand conference was held at The Rendezvous Hotel, Auckland, from 3 September 2014 to 5 September 2014.

Themes:
•Achieving Better Buildings
•Improving the Performance of Materials
•Improving the performance of existing buildings
•Sustainability
•Productivity
•Meeting New Zealanders’ housing needs
•Building better cities and communities

For further information, please visit: http://www.buildingabetternz.co.nz.

Title:Selected Papers from Building A Better New Zealand (BBNZ 2014) ConferenceFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:240 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.81 inShipping dimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 0.81 inPublished:April 29, 2016Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3038420964

ISBN - 13:9783038420965

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Table of Contents

Heater Choice, Dampness and Mould Growth in 26 New Zealand Homes: A Study ofPropensity for Mould Growth Using Encapsulated Fungal SporesImpacts of an Innovative Residential Construction Method on Internal ConditionsModern Housing Retrofit: Assessment of Upgrade Packages to EnerPHit Standard for1940-1960 State Houses in AucklandMeasuring the Weathertight Performance of FlashingsComparison of NZ's Energy Efficiency Regulation and Verification Assumptionsto Real Building Loads and OperationMarginal Productivity Gained Through Prefabrication: Case Studies of BuildingProjects in AucklandBuilding Information Modelling for Smart Built EnvironmentsDriving Innovative Thinking in the New Zealand Construction IndustryA Production Model for Construction: A Theoretical FrameworkUnderstanding the Importance of Urban Amenities: A Case Study from AucklandAiming for a Better Public Realm: Gauging the Effectiveness of Design Control Methodsin Wellington, New ZealandA Framework of Thermal Sensitive Urban Design Benchmarks: Potentiating theLongevity of Auckland's Public Realm