Industrial, Flexible and Demountable (IFD) Building Technology for Appartment Buildings

N.A. Hendriks

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Abstract

The Dutch government wishes to support the development and use of IFD Building Technology, which is considered to be a potentially successful integral construction concept. In the context of this program two industrial partners, a large building owner and the Eindhoven University of Technology are developing an IFD system-concept for the construction of multistorey apartment buildings. The project has been awarded with a substantial subsidy of the Dutch government. Prototype testing is carried out in the ‘DUBO-park’ (Sustainable Building Park), a special testsite on the premises of the Eindhoven University of Technology. The paper describes the principles of IFD Building Technology, the research-program of the IFD Apartment Housing Project, the objectives of prototype testing and some examples.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the symposium 'Beyond Sustainability 2000', Eindhoven, September 2000
EditorsP.A. Erkelens, S. de Jonge, A.A.M. van Vliet
Place of PublicationEindhoven
PublisherEindhoven University of Technology
Pages6-
Publication statusPublished - 2000
Eventconference; Beyond sustainable building : balancing between best practice and utopian concepts; 2000-09-28; 2000-09-29 -
Duration: 28 Sep 200029 Sep 2000

Conference

Conferenceconference; Beyond sustainable building : balancing between best practice and utopian concepts; 2000-09-28; 2000-09-29
Period28/09/0029/09/00
OtherBeyond sustainable building : balancing between best practice and utopian concepts

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