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National and International Benchmarking: CREDIT Report 5
VTT, Esbo, Finland.
VTT, Esbo, Finland.
SBI, Copenhagen, Denmark & Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark.
Lund University, Lund, Sweden.
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Abstract [en]

This report summarizes findings and recommendations from 24 case studies from seven participating countries addressing performance indicator benchmarking at a sectoral, national or international scale. Their distribution in scope is: – benchmarking systems and indicators (4 case studies) – offices (7 case studies) – housing (6 case studies) – school and nursery (4 case studies) – shopping centres (3 case studies). In addition, actual performance benchmarking was done between six Finnish and Norwegian office buildings using CREDIT Key Performance Indicators and a web-based benchmarking tool, developed in CREDIT for that purpose. Some good benchmarking practices exist already at a national and international level. They focus on process issues, investment aspects and environmental properties. These existing schemes contribute to the CREDIT framework, but don't cover well the performance dimension. There isn't yet any commonly agreed European Key Performance Indicator system, or building and real estate performance indicator standard. CREDIT made a contribution to their development from the Nordic/Baltic perspective. It also provided valuable input from the performance and social sustainability point of view to existing economic and environmental oriented schemes that are continuously updated and amended. CREDIT made progress in performance indicator framework and actual performance indicators and tools, some of which were already tested in the case studies. Understanding on existing benchmarking schemes is also improved. The results of CREDIT WP6 performance indicator benchmarking at a sectoral, national or international scale can be exploited in number of ways, such as – the front runner companies adopt the core performance indicators in their practices and influence in forming their use a sector based practice – further development of standardization, tool development (IFCs), benchmarking schemes and rating systems makes use of the results.

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Aalborg: Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University , 2010. , 85 p.
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performance indicators, Benchmarking, case studies
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Construction Management
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URN: urn:nbn:se:hh:diva-30634ISBN: 978-87-563-1428-2 OAI: oai:DiVA.org:hh-30634DiVA: diva2:916479
Available from: 2016-04-03 Created: 2016-04-01 Last updated: 2016-12-16Bibliographically approved

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