Final report : tasks 1 and 4: eco-efficiency assessment of building refurbishment
CRC Construction Innovation (2006) Final report : tasks 1 and 4: eco-efficiency assessment of building refurbishment. CRC for Construction Innovation, Brisbane.
The main objective was to compare the environmental impacts of a building undergoing refurbishment both before and after the refurbishment and to assist in the design of the
refurbishment with what is learned.
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