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A brief history of the DQI. September 1999: development starts on the performance indicators for design March 2001: version one of the Design Quality Indicator tool completed for testing 8 July 2002: DQI Trailblazing Scheme launched 1 October 2003: DQI Online launched

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a brief history of the dqi
A brief history of the DQI
  • September 1999: development starts on the performance indicators for design
  • March 2001: version one of the Design Quality Indicator tool completed for testing
  • 8 July 2002: DQI Trailblazing Scheme launched
  • 1 October 2003:DQI Online launched
  • Now and future: continuous development driven by users of the DQI and feed into the debate on delivering excellent quality
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UK Construction Industry

  • Annual turnover £60Bn: 2M employed
  • 50% new buildings
  • Schools Programme £3Bn pa
  • Hospital/Health Programme £2.9Bn pa
  • Arts programme £350M pa
  • Housing programme £27.5Bn pa
slide4

But will our children arrive every morning at a place like this….

Recently completed school (school ‘A’)

main entrance

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Or this….?

Another recent school (school ‘B’)

main entrance

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Into a lobby like this…..

School A - school street

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Or this…..?

School D - entrance hall and school street

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Or this…..?

School C- Main Hall

slide11

Or like this…?

Ward Corridor in general hospital

Nortaljie , Sweden

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Or this?

Ward Corridor, Intermediate Care Centre, London

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Process

Key

Performance

Indicators

Product

Design

Quality

Indicators

Sustainability

of Process and Product

the dqi tool aims to help
The DQI tool aims to help:
  • The client team to establish their aspirations
  • The design team to identify diverging views
  • A better understanding of what design is
  • Clients and designers to develop a shared language for the project

And then

  • Measure the project’s success against those aspirations
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Fitness for Purpose

Efficiency

Visual Form

Engineering Systems

Sustainability

Effectiveness

Context

Aesthetics

Net to Gross

Cost in use

Performance

Attention to detail

Location

Robustness

Kerb Appeal

Space Standards

Access

Daylight

Flexibility

Functionality

Meaning

Safety

Order

Innovation

Comfort

Acoustics

Finishes

Air Quality

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IMPACT

FUNCTIONALITY

BUILD QUALITY

Commodity

Utilitas

Delight

Venustas

Firmness

Firmitas

Vitruvius & Wootton

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Form & materials

  • Internal environment
  • Urban & social integration
  • Character & innovation

IMPACT

  • Use
  • Access
  • Space

FUNCTIONALITY

  • Performance
  • Engineering systems
  • Construction

BUILD QUALITY

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Impact

Functionality

EXCELLENCE

ADDED VALUE

FUNDAMENTAL

Overlapping quality fields

Build Quality

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Darlaston Leisure Centre

  • Post occupancy evaluation of RIBA Award-winning Pool
  • DQI highlighted strengths and weaknesses

“… We've got the best baths in the area and people are coming from miles to use it.”(local user)

BUT

“..the gym overheats and the reception desk is very difficult to use.” (facilities manager)

the dqi aims to
The DQI aims to
  • focus on comparison to help communication and encourage involvement within the project team
  • improve briefing
  • monitor and review design aspirations through the process
  • manage expectations by aspiring for qualityand in the longer term
  • through benchmarking and cross comparison to correlate quality with factors in the procurement process to influence decisions for delivering excellent quality
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Wide Endorsement

  • DCMS
  • HM Treasury
  • DTI
  • OPDM
  • OGC
  • Strategic Forum for Construction
  • Prominent industry figures
  • RIBA
  • British Property Federation
  • NHS Estates
  • Major Contractors Group
  • The Audit Commission
  • BE
  • Constructing Excellence Board
quotes
Quotes
  • Paul Finch, Deputy Chairman, CABE

“The DQI helps the assessment of design in a constructive way, acknowledging that there are qualitative aspects capable of objective evaluation.”

  • Peter Gershon, Chief Executive, OGC“We have supported the DQI from the very beginning, because central government is committed to creating better public buildings”
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Quotes

  • Stuart Henderson, Deputy Chairman, CIC“Good design can optimise the resources deployed in any construction project adding value to buildings. CIC has drawn upon a wealth of experience in developing the DQI tool, all of this knowledge has been assimilated to form this excellent practical tool, DQI Online.”
  • Peter Rogers, Chairman, SFfC

‘‘The Strategic Forum for Construction fully supports the tool.  In fact one of the key headline targets for the Forum is for 500 projects to have used the DQI by the end of 2004. By 2007 we are optimistic that usage will have expanded to 60% of all publicly funded projects.”

some tips
Some tips

This should be fun and the conversation between you is an important part of the process

Don’t score ‘Strongly agree’ on every line, imagine you only have €500 to spend…

If statement is irrelevant to you or your project then answer ‘Not applicable’

If you don’t know about the statement then answer ‘Don’t know’

You can ‘take a break’ and revisit it later

Use the ( ) information tips

weightings
Weightings
  • weightings pages will appear at the end of each of the main sections and for the overall DQI
  • distribute the total number of points available between the aspects depending upon how important each aspect is to you
  • in the example on the next slide the respondent felt that for their building Functionality and Impact were more important than Build Quality
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WEIGHTING ALGORITHM

DQI = F+I+BQ

x

0

www.dqi.org.uk

DATA COLLECTION TOOL

VISUALISATION

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Strategic briefing stage

The British Library Centre for Conservation

Design briefing stage

Parliament Hill School

Mid-design stage

Doha Embassy

In-use

Peckham Pulse Healthy Living Centre