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Preparation of Construction and Site Facilities
Maršálek, Ondřej ; Trtílek, Petr (referee) ; Nováková, Jana (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part of the thesis first describes the preparation of the construction from the perspective of the contractor's behaviour in the bidding, pre-production and production preparation of the construction contract. Next, the site facilities are described in terms of their function, zoning and effective planning. The main objective of the practical part of the work is to prepare a technical report and a drawing of the site equipment situation for a specific set of two apartment buildings in the village of Nezdenice.
Determining the price of ancillary budget costs of the construction of a family house of ancillary budget costs
Hrdá, Gabriela ; Trtílek, Petr (referee) ; Tuscher, Martin (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is devoted to the problem of determining the price of ancillary budget costs of the construction of a family house. In the theoretical part, the budget costs are divided into elementary and ancillary costs and are described in more detail. More emphasis is placed on the ancillary costs, which are then discussed in the practical part. Its output is a list of items of ancillary costs that should be considered in the construction of the family house and their valuation. The summation gives the approximate total amount, which is then compared with the ancillary costs of the selected realized projects and also with the percentage rates reported by companies ÚRS and RTS in relation to ancillary costs. Finally, a price indicator for ancillary costs per unit of measurement and purpose is determined.
Construction site equipment design in BIM projects
Havlena, Šimon ; Trtílek, Petr (referee) ; Biolek, Vojtěch (advisor)
Site equipment is the sum total of all buildings and facilities on a construction site to ensure the economical execution of construction and assembly work and to meet the social and hygienic needs of workers. The thesis deals with modern approaches of construction site facilities and the main objective of the thesis is to design a form of construction site equipment and then validate it using a 3D model in a BIM platform.
Predictive and real energy consumption in buildings
Trtílek, Petr ; Vrba, Jiří (referee) ; Rubinová, Olga (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with comparison of predicted and actual energy consumption in buildings. The predicted consumption is determined by calculating the energy performance certificate of the selected building and the actual consumption is monitored in the building on the Open Garden premises of the Partnership Foundation in Brno. The theoretical part deals both with the energy consumption in buildings and with the methodology of energy performance calculation.
Development of the Construction of Residential Property in Brno-Bystrc
Trtílek, Petr ; Vrba, Jiří (referee) ; Klika, Pavel (advisor)
In my diploma thesis I analyze development of residential construction in Bystrc, which gradually became part of the city agglomeration of Brno. This diploma thesis maps types of construction in different segments of history-from oldest settlement to modern times. I also deal with outline of future construction projects and future residential development in this territory. I also added my opinion to this new planned developments. I have paid special attention to construction period where panel hoses were build which had fundamental influence to this area.
Family house
Trtílek, Petr ; Uheríková, Eliška (referee) ; Brukner, Bohuslav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis presents a design of a a family house for 4 -5 member family. The house is situated in Lány near Prague. The house is designed as a two-storey house with a partly flat roof and partly classical roof. Both inside and outside the house, the design respects different levels of the ground around. The house is divided into a living area and garage. The ground floor is intended as a daytime area and it is suitable for family activities. The first floor with bedrooms is intended as a place to sleep and relax. The entrance into the family house is designed on the ground floor. The house is built on a concrete base platform supported by foundation structure. The ground floor and the first floor are made of ceramic blocks. Exterior walls are insulated with Rockwool mineral wool panels. The roof is designed from prefabricated extensive green roof trays. Analysis of thermal and mechanical properties of the house and fire safety report on the building solution is also a part of this bachelor thesis.

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