|THE ASSESSMENT OF BUILDING PERFORMANCE: A PROPERTY RATING MODEL FOR THE OFFICE AND LOGISTIC BUILDINGS
|The property market and, more specifically, the market of the buildings for service activities typically rates as “A-Class buildings” those facilities that meet high quality standards. This definition drawn from financial rating models, is not always sided by a precise, objective and scientific identification of the elements that characterise it. This paper will illustrate the criteria that can usefully determine which variables support a property rating model targeted at the identification of those elements that may define the “quality” level of buildings according to performance-based criteria. The research method applied has produced a classification of the most popular and internationally applied systems of building performance rating, based on functional and/or technological criteria. More specifically, this paper describes the assessment domains and the reference context/market taken into consideration by the various rating systems. The research activity has materialized in the identification of the parameters that can be usefully applied to build a “property rating” model for the service-sector buildings and for the industrial plants used for logistics activities, these parameters being suitable to represent the overall performances of buildings in a synthetic manner.
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|real estate management, building performance, rating system
Ciaramella, Andrea (2010).
THE ASSESSMENT OF BUILDING PERFORMANCE: A PROPERTY RATING MODEL FOR THE OFFICE AND LOGISTIC BUILDINGS. 17th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Milan, Italy,