Reports and material
Publications and official documents from the project
Conceptual framework for participatory evaluation: MAMCA
Deliverable 1.1, WP 1 Participatory MAMCA
This deliverable presents the multi-actor multi-criteria analysis framework which will be used as a core methodology within the CIVIC project. It gives a brief overview of the theoretical background for the methodology and provides access to further literature for advanced reading. It also discusses development paths that will be explored within the civic project for enhancing participation of stakeholders within the setting of construction logistics in urban areas.
Authors: van Lier, T., Van Raemdonck K, Hadavi, S., Macharis, C.
Publishing date: 17/04/2017
Analysis of construction logistics calculation models and factors that obstruct their development
Deliverable 2.1, WP 2 Dynamic logistics optimization and scenario evaluation
This deliverable focuses on the construction industry of the Netherlands. The construction industry has a reputation for being inefficient. Innovation in construction logistics is needed to ensure that cities stay liveable. To create innovation in construction logistics, collaboration between stakeholders is necessary. However, the lack of reliable quantitative data are a problem. Reliable quantitative data are necessary to convince stakeholders for new collaborations that are needed for innovations in construction logistics.
Author: Berden M
Publishing date: 01/06/2017
Demonstration Vienna, Austria
Deliverable D4.3, WP4 Assessment demo 2
This deliverable presents the prediction model which integrates both construction site and truck trip data in order to predict the number of trips generated by a particular future building project. This model provides an objective basis for public discourse. The developed prediction model is the basis for a visualization tool that can be used in citizen communication to demonstrate impact of future construction sites to a citizen audience. Furthermore, the information could also be used for local traffic management and road safety actions.
Authors: Anita Graser, Thomas Holaus
Publishing date: 14/02/2018
Report on scenario analysis
Deliverable 2.3 WP2 Logistics optimization and scenario evaluation
This deliverable aims at scenario analysis based on a case study. It presents results from strategic, tactical and operational planning on two scenarios based on real data from Seestadt Aspern.
Authors: Anita Graser, Bin Hu, Pamela Nolz
Publishing date: 4/5/2018
This movie explains the use of the MAMCA (multi-actor, multi-critera analysis) in CIVIC. The MAMCA software, an online decision-making platform, provides an interactive method for weighting stakeholder objectives, evaluating options and providing easy-to-understand visualizations of evaluation outcomes. The MAMCA, developed by VUB, has been applied in the different demonstration cities (Amsterdam, Vienna, Brussels and Stockholm) together with students and proffesionals from the construction logistics sector.
Producer: Kevin van der Burgt
Speakers: Walther Ploos van Amstel, Marie Morel, Tom van Lier
Publishing date: 21/01/2018
This handbook has been developed for local governments, clients, developers, contractors, or any other actor that can influence logistics planning and the setup of construction projects. It can help local governments collaborating with private partners to realise more sustainable, and safer, construction works with less inconvenience and cleaner air. In addition, it can help clients, developers and contractors to ensure smooth and efficient construction operations.
Producer: CIVIC project
Publishing date: 28/08/2018