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Siriwardena, ML; Rooke, JA; Koskela, LJ; Kagioglou, M; Mcdermott, P; Sexton, MG; Aouad, GF
Publisher: The University of Salford, Salford, UK
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: other, TH, built_and_human_env, T175
The product-service paradigm requires a shift in focus for many engineering disciplines, forcing\ud them to change from providing products to providing products and associated services. Such a\ud shift is likely to present several challenges to the built environment due to its inherent\ud organisational fragmentations and through-life discontinuities. This paper presents a preliminary\ud conceptualisation of the product-service paradigm as seen from a built environment perspective.\ud The proposed PPU model represents the meta-roles and the information flows, considered as\ud key to sustaining the product-service concept within the built environment.
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