What matters when? An integrative literature review on decision criteria in different stages of the adaptive reuse process

Brian van Laar*, Angela Greco, Hilde Remøy, Vincent Gruis

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Abstract

Despite the significant growth of the literature on adaptive reuse, little is known about the specific criteria unfolding throughout the different phases of the adaptive reuse decision-making process. To address this gap this paper aims to provide a comprehensive, state-of-the-art overview of the decision criteria for adaptive reuse throughout the adaptive reuse process. Through an integrative literature review with a systematic search strategy, three phases are substantiated: pre-project phase, preparation phase, and post-completion phase. This paper finds that despite the similarities between the different phases, with a predominant repetition of economic and architectural categories, more specific environmental decision criteria are still overlooked. The findings underscore the necessity for additional research on circularity within the adaptive reuse process, emphasizing the significance of the often overlooked implementation phase, crucial for practices like disassembly. By offering a novel process perspective on AR decision-making, this study contributes to the growing discourse on adaptive reuse and provides a basis for further enhancement of AR decision-making frameworks.

Original languageEnglish
Article number100439
Number of pages31
JournalDevelopments in the Built Environment
Volume18
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2024

Keywords

  • Adaptive reuse
  • Built environment
  • Decision criteria
  • Decision-making
  • Literature review
  • Process

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