Fast-tracking by High Performance Design Teams

A.F.H.J. Otter, den, M. Prins

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Abstract

Among professional clients, there is a growing need for faster delivery of buildings. Until recently fast-tracking processes concentrated mainly on the construction process and concurrent engineering. Nowadays, more and more the awareness is growing that fast-track-ing also has evidential consequences for the earlier design phases. Particularly in the case of a complex building project, where many design professionals and advisors are involved, a lot of professional, managerial communication and team skills of all project participants is required, as well as specialised methods, techniques and instruments. Based on several recent Dutch fast-tracking cases, the paper explores the design, execution and management of fast-tracking design processes. The cases are discussed based on a small model developed in this paper, to analyse and design fast-track design processes. Special attention is given to the implications of this kind of high performance design teams for the design management and coordination function.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPerformance in Product and Practice : Proceedings 2nd CIB-world CIB World Building Congress, Wellington. New Zealand
Place of PublicationRotterdam, Netherlands
PublisherIn-house publishing
Pages12-
Publication statusPublished - 2001
Event15th CIB World Building Congress, April 2-6, 2001, Wellington, New Zealand - Wellington, New Zealand
Duration: 2 Apr 20016 Apr 2001

Conference

Conference15th CIB World Building Congress, April 2-6, 2001, Wellington, New Zealand
Country/TerritoryNew Zealand
CityWellington
Period2/04/016/04/01
Other"Performance in Product and Practice"

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