The purpose of this report was to investigate the problems experienced by a variety of professions in the construction sector regarding the requirements that exist today and is set to accessibility during construction.
The study was conducted in the form of semi structured interviews, to find out the problems experienced by different professions. Interview respondents consist of those working as local manager, project developers, landscape architect, land planner, constructor, fire engineer and architect.
The result obtained shows that there are a variety of problem areas. Some unique to a profession, while others are commonly experienced and supported out of several different groups. Generally, it has been shown that there is no great understanding of each other and the problems experienced. The result mainly points out the problem that arises or will occur is affecting moisture. Regarding ground but also building technical details such as connections between the building and the balcony. Another large part of the result is of lack of space and the influence of the terrain and existing buildings. The economy has as always a strong impact.
Shown by the result, moisture tend to be sidelined and often suffer from other requirements, this could lead to big problems in the future when many moisture related problems is hard to see right away but might be causing problems later on, such as mold growth. The requirements are spread across many different regulations and often make the project stage difficult. We believe that accessibility requirements are very important and are something we in Sweden can be proud of, but the pressure that has come in recent years has made it difficult for the construction industry to keep up with and acclimatize. To create a sustainable development all requirements should be considered.
2016. , 52 p.