Costing Low Impact Stormwater Devices. Éva-Terézia Vesely Michael Krausse André Taylor Earl Shaver. Institute for Sustainable Water Resources . Windows of Opportunity for Low Impact Design. Age Distribution. infrastructure inertia. STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE. REPLACEMENT.
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Institute for Sustainable Water Resources
lock in effects / path dependency
windows of opportunity
to explore alternative design
A shift in our approach to stormwater management will be easier accepted if proven necessary and feasibile.
Australian and New Zealand Standard (AS/NZS 4536:1999)
Life cycle costing is the process of assessing the cost of a product over its life cycle or portion thereof.
Life cycle cost is the sum of acquisition and ownership costs of an asset over its life cycle from design stage through manufacturing, use, maintenance and disposal.
Costs and the Phases of the Life Cycle (AS/NZS 4536:1999)
(Emblemsvåg, J. 2003. Life Cycle Costing: Using Activity Based Costing and Monte Carlo Methods to Manage Future Costs and Risks, John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey.)
(Boussabaine, A. and Kirkham, R. 2004. Whole Life Costing: Risk and Risk Responses, Blackwell, Oxford.)
“Life Cycle Costing in the Context of Low Impact Stormwater Design” workshop
New Zealand Life Cycle Costing Project
to record NZ cost data in a comprehensive and consistent manner.
GATHER COSTING DATA
ANALYSE COSTING DATA
NZ LCC MODULE in MUSIC version 4
The authors are grateful to stormwater professionals from around New Zealand for sharing their experience.
Further thanks to all those who participated in the ‘LCC in the context of Low Impact Stormwater Design’ workshop and to the ARC for initiating and co-ordinating the NZ LCC project.