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ASTM E1699

Standard Practice for Performing Value Analysis (VA) of Buildings and Building Systems and Other Constructed Projects

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Organization: ASTM
Publication Date: 1 April 2010
Status: inactive
Page Count: 6
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This practice covers a procedure for defining and satisfying the functions of a project.

A multidisciplinary team uses the procedure to convert stakeholder constraints, needs, and desires into descriptions of project functions and then relates these functions to revenues and cost.

Examples of costs are all relevant costs over a designated study period, including the costs of obtaining funds, designing, purchasing/leasing, constructing/installing, operating, maintaining, repairing, replacing and disposing of the particular building design or system (see Terminologies E631 and E833). While not the only criteria, cost is an important basis for comparison in a value analysis study of a project. Therefore, accurate and comprehensive cost data is an important element of the analysis.

is a procedure to develop alternatives that meet the project's functions. Estimate the costs for each alternative. Provide the owner/user/stakeholder with specific, technically accurate alternatives, appropriate to the stage of project development, which can be implemented. The owner/user/ stakeholder selects the alternative(s) that best satisfies their constraints, needs and desires.

this practice to an entire project or to any subsystem. The user/owner/stakeholder can utilize the VA procedure to select the element or scope of the project to be studied.

Document History

April 1, 2014
Standard Practice for Performing Value Engineering (VE)/Value Analysis (VA) of Projects, Products and Processes
This practice covers a procedure for defining and satisfying the functions of a project, product, or process (hereafter referred to as focus of study). Projects include construction of commercial and...
November 1, 2013
Standard Practice for Performing Value Engineering (VE)/Value Analysis (VA) of Projects, Products and Processes
This practice covers a procedure for defining and satisfying the functions of a project, product, or process (hereafter referred to as focus of study). Projects include construction of commercial and...
November 1, 2013
Standard Practice for Performing Value Engineering (VE)/Value Analysis (VA) of Projects, Products and Processes
This practice covers a procedure for defining and satisfying the functions of a project, product, or process (hereafter referred to as focus of study). Projects include construction of commercial and...
ASTM E1699
April 1, 2010
Standard Practice for Performing Value Analysis (VA) of Buildings and Building Systems and Other Constructed Projects
This practice covers a procedure for defining and satisfying the functions of a project. A multidisciplinary team uses the procedure to convert stakeholder constraints, needs, and desires into...
October 10, 2000
Standard Practice for Performing Value Analysis (VA) of Buildings and Building Systems
1. Scope 1.1 This practice covers a procedure for defining and satisfying the requirements of the user's/owner's project. 1.2 A multidisciplinary team uses the procedure to convert design criteria...
October 10, 2000
Standard Practice for Performing Value Analysis (VA) of Buildings and Building Systems
This practice covers a procedure for defining and satisfying the requirements of the user's/owner's project. A multidisciplinary team uses the procedure to convert design criteria and specifications...
January 1, 1995
Standard Practice for Performing Value Analysis (VA) of Buildings and Building Systems
1. Scope 1.1 This practice covers a procedure for defining and satisfying the requirements of the user's/owner's project. 1.2 A multidisciplinary team uses the procedure to convert design criteria...

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