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Journal
2017 | 1(49) | 33-46
Article title

Luka efektywności: praktyka brytyjska a polski potencjał korzystania z oceny funkcjonowania budynku

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The performance gap: the UK experience and the Polish potential for using building performance evaluation
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Abstracts
PL
Niniejszy artykuł dotyczy tematyki, jakiej poświęcona była polsko-brytyjska konferencja, która odbyła się w maju 2016 r. na Wydziale Architektury Politechniki Wrocławskiej. Rozważano wówczas możliwość zastosowania metodyki oceny funkcjonowania budynku (BPE) rozwiniętej w Wielkiej Brytanii do polskiego kontekstu. Artykuł został opracowany na podstawie wcześniejszych doświadczeń autora z prowadzenia rządowego programu badań BPE w Wielkiej Brytanii oraz obserwacji i prezentacji innych prelegentów, wygłoszonych podczas wyżej wymienionego spotkania. Autor wykorzystał te obserwacje i odniósł się do podstawowych i stosowanych badań prowadzonych w Wielkiej Brytanii w celu dokonania pewnych porównań pomiędzy Polską a Zjednoczonym Królestwem. Porównanie takie zostało dokonane w nadziei, że podstawowe badania nad oceną funkcjonowania budynku będą mogły być przeprowadzone w przyszłości w Polsce.
EN
This paper discusses the industry driven content of the May 2016 Poland/UK bilateral conference and the potential of building performance evaluation in Poland. It is based on the author’s experience of leading a major UK government funded building performance evaluation programme and observations and presentations given at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology conference. The author has used these observations and referred to primary and secondary research carried out in the UK in order to draw some comparisons between Poland and the UK. It is hoped that primary research in to building performance evaluation can be carried out in Poland in the future.
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33-46
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  • Ekspert BPE, Innovate UK (2011–2015), kierownik programu badawczego TSB BPE
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