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CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
4th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2016 , 2016.y., pp. 929-938


AHP MULTI – CRITERIA METHOD FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN CONSTRUCTION
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS 2016.094
UDC: 502:624:519.8
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Author : Milošević, Aleksandra; Milošević, Mimica; Milošević, Dušan; Selimi, Aybeyan
 
 Summary:
 The initial assumption is that the sustainable construction is certainly one of the most important parts of sustainable developments. In connection to sustainable development, sustainable construction must also provide durability, quality, financial, economic and environmental acceptability. The construction and the use of buildings have large, direct and indirect impact on the environment. The designers and builders are faced with the challenge to meet the needs of sustainable development. In making important decisions, multi-criteria analysis can be of great importance. Method AHP (Analytical Hierarchy Process), such as mathematical method, is based on the principle of multi-criteria decision-making, where from an existing groups the most favorable alternative is chosen, based on a defined number of criteria for decision making. More attributes have different importance and they are expressed by a variety of scales. The aim of this paper is to provide the AHP method for decision-makers in the construction industry, setting priorities and making the quality decisions, considering both qualitative and quantitative aspects of sustainable development.
 
 Keywords:
 sustainability, construction, mathematics, AHP method