D2.7: Technical and alliance plan for temporary local renovation factory at a district level
This deliverable will focus on local execution of large-scale deep-renovation of residential real estates both privately owned and social housing. Questions will be answered on how we can create local circumstances that ensure active involvement of local stakeholders in the deep renovation process in their district and how we can stimulate interests so collaboration between different parties can take place. For this purposes, we introduce the local district alliance platform, which is a (digital) platform where all district projects are collected and coordinated. This platform also connects solution providers within the P2ENDURE e-Marketplace with the (local) suppliers to ensure smooth collaboration between different stakeholders and efficient execution of a deep renovation project on a district scale.
For the execution of a large-scale deep renovation project, we follow the P2ENDURE 4M process (Mapping - Modelling - Making - Monitoring). The first two steps - Mapping and Modelling will be able to take place in the local district alliance platform together with all the initiatives that are launched in the pre-Mapping phase to create collective demand. Monitoring on a district level is crucial for optimisation of the renovation process and generation of additional demand.
Creating sufficient demand on a district level will generate the possibility to optimise the execution of deep renovation. The approach consists of full prefabrication off-site and 'mount-on-site' (on-site assembly) as well as organizing an efficient supply-chain for a 'compose-on-site' methodology. Depended on project and product parameters the best execution strategy for district scale can be determined.
This renovation approach will reduce transportation, enhance building quality and minimize disturbance.
In chapter 4 and 5 two case studies will be shown as examples of this strategy. The first study shows deep renovation of the district 'de Reit' in Tilburg. It explains how large-scale deep renovation of the district with a large amount of privately owned dwellings can be organised. It gives an example of a district orientated renovation methodology that enables a district-scale deep renovation using a temporary district factory. The second case-study shows the approach for a renovation strategy of the P2ENDURE Korslokken demo-case in Denmark.