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Real Estate Development Matrix by Daniel B Kohlhepp,Kimberly J. Kohlhepp Pdf
This book presents a new way of thinking about, teaching, learning, and practicing real estate development. Real Estate Development Matrix describes the process in a two-dimensional model and presents seven Development Stages which form the horizontal axis, and eight sets of Development Tasks which form the vertical axis to define a 56-cell matrix. In each cell, money is spent and risks are taken to achieve certain tasks and thereby create (or destroy) value. This holistic process considers the entire life cycle of real estate from its "green field" inception to its "brown field" state. The book is written by a real estate developer and academic, and the presented material is conceptual, practical, and non-technical. Jargon has been minimized as much as possible as the author introduces an entirely new model for real estate development that is both academically authoritative and developed in practice. It is aimed at a general professional audience participating in the development process, but equally the book is ideal for use as a textbook in undergraduate and graduate courses in real estate development, and an excellent supplemental text for business courses discussing real estate finance and investment. It may also be used as a textbook for professional courses, workshops, or seminars in real estate development. The book is supported by an interactive website at http://realestatedevelopmentmatrix.com/
Benjamin Edward Bulloch,John Francis Sullivan (Jr.),Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Real Estate. Program in Real Estate Development
Author : Benjamin Edward Bulloch,John Francis Sullivan (Jr.),Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Real Estate. Program in Real Estate Development Publisher : Unknown Page : 124 pages File Size : 51,5 Mb Release : 2009 Category : Electronic ISBN : OCLC:609634779
Application of the Design Structure Matrix (DSM) to the Real Estate Development Process by Benjamin Edward Bulloch,John Francis Sullivan (Jr.),Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Real Estate. Program in Real Estate Development Pdf
(cont.) Finally, again with JLL's engagement, the 91X91 'Baseline' RED process DSM was constructed, identifying 1,148 planned informational inter-task interactions (out of 8,281 potential interactions). The 'Baseline' DSM model was then manipulated to highlight important aspects of the RED process including the iterative and interdisciplinary nature of RED. Several typical development scenarios are then modeled to highlight the utility of DSM as a management tool in practice. The models show how unplanned iteration can become a significant cause of project risk and failure. They also highlight the risks and opportunities that task re-sequencing can have on a project. This thesis demonstrates the DSM to be a useful and effective model of the RED process enabling new insight and understanding. The highly complex and iterative RED process can be graphically modeled in great detail in a visually appealing manner. Additionally, the RED DSM proves to be an adaptive and manipulative tool that allows for a multi-layer grasping of the RED process, able to assist in project management, change management, identification of risks and opportunities, and firm-level organizational structure and procedures. Additionally, the RED DSM model proves to be a useful pedagogical device for teaching real estate students.
Steven Vincent Bonelli,Adrián M. González Guerra,Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Real Estate. Program in Real Estate Development
Author : Steven Vincent Bonelli,Adrián M. González Guerra,Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Real Estate. Program in Real Estate Development Publisher : Unknown Page : 114 pages File Size : 42,7 Mb Release : 2012 Category : Electronic ISBN : OCLC:830537223
Application of the Design Structure Matrix (DSM) to the Real Estate Development Process Using Modular Construction Methods by Steven Vincent Bonelli,Adrián M. González Guerra,Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Real Estate. Program in Real Estate Development Pdf
Real estate development (RED) has traditionally been a very dynamic business, where real estate developers strive to turn an idea into a real asset, by delivering a quality project on time and on budget. In recent years, Modular Construction Methods (MCM) has arisen as an innovative solution to commercial RED projects that require higher levels of the three aforementioned factors, with a special emphasis placed on time. The purpose of our thesis is to explain MCM and its impact on RED by analyzing the interdependent relationships between the different tasks performed during the course of a development. We have accomplished this by using the Design Structure Matrix (DSM), a systems engineering tool, to map out the dependencies between development tasks in a graphical manner. To develop our DSM model for an RED process that uses MCM we conducted interviews with the senior management at RJ Finlay, a New Hampshire based full service real estate firm and Keiser Industries, a modular manufacturing company that operates in Maine and is owned by RJ Finlay. To fully understand the real application of the MCM process to RED, we met with the general contractor, lead architect and project management team for 30 Haven, a commercial RED that uses MCM. 30 Haven is located in Reading, Massachusetts and has been co-developed through an integrated project delivery (IPD) process by RJ Finlay and Oaktree development, using an in-house general contractor and Keiser Industries as its modular manufacturer. Our interviews occurred weeks before the project was completed in the summer of 2012. This allowed us to interview the involved parties about the whole process from inception to construction completion. This helped us further understand the actual problems a RED process using MCM can face throughout the preconstruction and construction processes. We then developed a DSM that showcases the different stages that a RED process using MCM have to go through and the planned and unplanned iterative processes for each stage. Planned iterations are feedback loops between tasks that are meant to rework tasks that forcibly need it, while unplanned iterations reflect feedback loops that occur because of unexpected events. Our thesis has focused on proposing proactive solutions to the unexpected events (referred to as "failure modes") a RED process using MCM can face, by either eliminating them or minimizing their likelihood and impact. The DSM helped facilitate the development of both a normative model and an optimal one, where our solutions for the unplanned iterations were applied. We complemented our findings with a hypothetical financial model that uses the normative and optimal DSM models to show the difference between both in terms of the returns, time and cost for a generic multifamily RED that uses MCM.
Monograph on the matrix model of multiple-command management approaches to top management decentralization - describes features of a command system designed to solve the freedom-order dilemma encountered in all forms of social organization, deals with implications for team work, and includes case studies relating to enterprises in the USA and selected other countries as well as concerning multinational enterprises. Bibliography pp. 233 to 235, diagrams and references.