Tore Brandstveit Haugen
Bakgrunn og aktiviteter
Tore Haugen er professor ved Fakultet for arkitektur og billedkunst, NTNU.
Tore Haugen is professor in architectural management and facilities management at NTNU – The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Architectural Design and Management. Haugen was full time employed dean of Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art August 2005 – July 2013.
Haugen finished his doctor degree at NTNU in 1990, combined with studies at the University of California, Berkeley and at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. His main professional interest lies within project management and facilities management. He has been active as member and chairman of a number of international conferences, and had many positions of honors in ISO, CIB and EuroFM.
During the period1980 - 1993 Haugen worked as a researcher and manager at SINTEF Architecture and Building Technology responsible for a number of research projects in the area of Energy Conservation in the built environment and Building maintenance and modernization.
In 2001 Haugen established the Norwegian Centre for Real Estate and Facilities Management at NTNU (http://www.metamorfose.ntnu.no/). This led to the development of two master programs offered at NTNU from 2005 and a number of R&D projects the area of Facilities Management, Real Estate and Project management.
Haugen has been main or co-supervisor for more than 15 doctoral students, and have been external examiner and opponent on a number of doctoral defences in the Nordic countries as well as in the UK and the Netherlands.
In 2016, professsor Tore Haugen received the best reviewer reward at the CIB World Building Congress WBC16, May 30 - June 3, 2016 in Tampere, Finland www.wbc16.com.
In May 2017 the CIB Programme Committee appointed Prof Dr Ing Tore Haugen as New Coordinator of the CIB Commission W070 -Facilities Management and Maintenance.
Member of the expert panel in the Research Assessment Exercise of Tampere University of Technology in June 2017 (TUT RAE 2017).
- During the periode1982 – 1994 as a researcher and manager at SINTEF Architecture and Building Technology responsible for a number of research projects in the area of Energy Conservation in the built environment and Building maintenance and modernization.
- Project director for SIB- The Integrated Building Process 1996-1999. SIB was a multidisciplinary large R&D-project jointly funded by the Norwegian Research Council and four key players in the Norwegian building and construction industry: ABB Installation AS, IGP AS, L.A. Lund AS and Veidekke ASA. Total budget 64 million NOK. NTNU was the academic partner in the project.
- International R&D co-operation within Architectural Management and Facilities Management with Chalmers, KTH, CFM - Salford University, HUT, TU Delft, Lafayette, Paris, TU München.
- In 2001 Haugen established the Norwegian Centre for Real Estate and Facilities Management at NTNU (https://www.ntnu.no/metamorfose). The activity has led to the development of two new master programs offered at NTNU from 2005 and a number of R&D projects the area of Facilities Management and Real Estate.
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- (2020) Exploring urban facilities management approaches to increase connectivity in smart cities. Facilities. vol. 38.
- (2019) Shaping Tomorrow's Facilities Management. Facilities. vol. 37 (7-8).
- (2019) Bridging the gap between sustainable FM and sustainable buildings an exploratory study of six public buildings in Norway. Facilities.
- (2018) Green leasing in commercial real estate. The drivers and barriers for owners and tenants of sustainable office buildings. Journal of Corporate Real Estate. vol. 20 (4).
- (2018) Developing sustainable energy efficient buildings – a transnational knowledge transfer experience between Norway and Kosovo. Studies in Higher Education. vol. 45 (2).
- (2017) In-house or Outsourcing FM Services in the Public Sector: A Review of 25 Years Research and Development. Journal of Facilities Management. vol. 15 (3).
- (2017) Measuring perception about sustainability of building materials in Kosovo. Facilities. vol. 35 (7-8).
- (2016) Green leasing in theory and practice: A study focusing on the drivers and barriers for owners and tenants of commercial offices. Raportti (Tampereen teknillinen yliopisto. Rakennustuotanto ja -talous).
- (2016) Developing sustainable energy efficient buildings – A transnational knowledge transfer experience between Norway and Kosovo. Raportti (Tampereen teknillinen yliopisto. Rakennustuotanto ja -talous). vol. 5.
- (2016) Internal rent – experiences from public sector in Norway. Facilities. vol. 34 (1/2).
- (2016) Learning From SamBIM - A Norwegian Innovation Project About BIM-driven Collaboration in Ambitious Building Projects. Raportti (Tampereen teknillinen yliopisto. Rakennustuotanto ja -talous). vol. 5.
- (2016) Sustainability by improving energy efficiency in traditional housing in Kosovo. Raportti (Tampereen teknillinen yliopisto. Rakennustuotanto ja -talous). vol. 1.
- (2011) ARCHITECTURE BETWEEN ART AND SCIENCE - Architectural education for the 21th century. CONDITIONS magazine. vol. 8.
- (2008) What did you learn from practice today? Exploring experiences from a Danish R&D effort in digital construction. Advanced Engineering Informatics.
- (2007) Guest editorial. CIB W070 2006 Trondheim International Symposium: Meeting Changing User Demands through Adapability. Facilities. vol. 25 (3/4).
- (2006) Procurement routes in public building and construction projects. Journal of construction engineering and management. vol. 132.
- (2004) Selected papers from EuroFM Copenhagen 2004. Facilities. vol. 22 (11/12).
- (2003) Contracting out Property and Facilities Services in Norwegian Municipalities. Nordic Journal of Surveying and Real Estate Research. vol. 1.
- (2020) Eiendomsforvaltning. Facility management. Fagbokforlaget. 2020. ISBN 9788245033021.
- (2019) Urban Facilities Management in Smart Cities. 2019. ISBN 978-962-367-821-6.