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Parameters of the Fire Safety Solution of the Buildings Monitored while Cataloging Brownfields – Industrial Buildings and Objects

Abstract: One of the most actual current sustainable regional development issues is the reuse of brownfields. The process of successful revitalization of any brownfield site can be generalized to several stages: site identification and cataloging, investor´ s research and new suitable brownfield functions, project phase planning, approval processes for project realization, respective implementation of the plan, new site utilization, and realistic return on investment. The approval processes for the revitalization and reconstruction are governed in the Czech Republic by Act No. 183/2006 Coll., “Spatial Planning and the Building Regulation” and implementing decrees. As one of the evaluated criteria is fire safety solution at buildings. Such processing is an integral part of the whole submitted project documentation. The assessment of the fire safety of buildings is governed in principle by two core standards, which are CSN 73 0802 "Fire Safety of Buildings - Non-Productive Objects" and CSN 73 0804 "Fire Safety of Buildings - Manufacturing Objects", in the Czech Republic. Since the paper is closely linked to the topic discussed in the previous year of CSUP 10 Conference "Fire Safety of Buildings in the Process of Brownfield Cataloging", which was focused on the cataloging objects of a non-productive nature, the issue of cataloging production facilities will be dealt with in terms of information registered in the field of fire safety of buildings. The major purpose of the paper is focused on the identification of the monitored parameters of manufacturing objects and their comparison with similar monitored parameters for non-productive objects.

KRAMÁŘOVÁ, Zuzana (2018). Parametry požárně bezpečnostního řešení staveb sledované při katalogizaci brownfieldů – výrobní objekty. In: Jiří Kugl, ed. Člověk, stavba a územní plánování 11. ČVUT v Praze, Fakulta stavební pp. 227-237. ISBN 978-80-01-06482-5. ISSN 2336-7695.