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7th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2019 , 2019.y., pp. 461-473


ASSESSMENT OF ACIDIFICATION POTENTIAL OF BUILDINGS IN CORPORATIVE AND HIGH SCHOOL DUAL EDUCATION
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS2019.041
UDC: 378:69.01:502
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Author : Stojić, Dragoslav; Đorđević, Đorđe; Tamburić, Jasmina; Avramović, Biljana
 
 Summary:
  Construction Cluster DUNDJER from Niš took part in an European FP7 project (FP7, Grant Agreement No. 244130) entitled OPEN HOUSE, having as a main goal to create and propose new method for assessment of buildings using more general and detailed criteria. The proposed methodology consists of the following assessments:
• environmental quality,
• social-functional quality,
• economic quality,
• technical quality (characteristics),
• process quality (design and construction),
• position of the building (location).
Acidification potential of buildings belongs to criteria for assessment of environmental quality of buildings. Those criteria are not a part of standard curiculae on universities and high schools. Therefore, there are very important topics to study in the frame of non-formal, dual, and corporate education, what is this paper dealing with. As a part of collaboration between industry and high education and research institutions, Construction Cluster DUNDJER and Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture of University of Niš are developing methods and procedures for assessment of quality of buildings in whole “life cycle” of buildings (so known LCA – Life Cycle Assessment) what should be a basis for new curricula in high schools and on the university and in addition in appropriate dual education. This pilot project should be implemented in three construction firms, members of Cluster DUNDJER.
 
 Keywords:
 Assessment, Environment, Buildings, Acidification Potential, Dual Education, Professional Training, Corporative Education.