A rating system for building resilience

Fulvio Re Cecconi, Nicola Moretti, Sebastiano Maltese, Mario Claudio Dejaco, John M. Kamara, Oliver Heidrich


Measuring and rating resilience of assets is a key enabler for asset and portfolio management. This paper presents a resilience rating system for buildings by utilising a Building Information Modelling approach. The assessment is carried out through a calculation following the Analytical Hierarchy Process. This methodology can be applied to different types of buildings, without a loss of precision or reliability. This resilience rating forms an integral part of more comprehensive array of Key Performance Indicators frameworks for asset and portfolio management, and therefore can significantly influence strategic investment choices for designers, engineers and building owners.


asset management; BIM; building resilience; resilience rating systems

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Techne-22119

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