Guide decision-making processes and actions by understanding the national and international contexts aligned with safety and security of public open spaces and buildings
This research aims to present threat analysis strategies that can be used by built environment disciplines to effectively consider counter-terrorism security as part of an integrated design and development process for crowded public spaces and public buildings.
The research will describe the current counter-terrorism protective security requirements by built environment professionals engaged with creating crowded spaces and public buildings. The research will also develop 3D modelling tools and strategies that can be used to help built environment disciplines more effectively and efficiently make pre-construction planning and design decisions related to safety and security.
Report and academic journal article.
|Dr Laurence Kimmel||UNSW, Built Environment||Project coordinator|
|Dr Pernille Christensen||University of Technology of Sydney||Data collection and analysis|
|Dr Kim Maund||University of Newcastle||Data collection and analysis|
|Prof. Sisi Zlatanova||UNSW, Built Environment, GRID||Feasibility of 3D modelling and assessment tool|
|Dr Jack Barton||UNSW, Built Environment, GRID||Feasibility of 3D modelling and assessment tool|
|A/Prof. Thayaparan Gajendran||University of Newcastle||Data collection and analysis|
|Prof. SueAnne Ware||University of Newcastle||Data collection and analysis|
|Ms Anna Chubb||Hunter Development Corporation|
|Mr Eric Johnson||Hunter Development Corporation|
|Mr Jason Twill||visiting UTS Research Fellow|
|Ms Nicole Campbell||Landcom|
|Ms Jenny Kline||Landcom|
|Mr Mitko Aleksandrov||UNSW, Built Environment, GRID||Feasibility of 3D modelling and assessment tool|
Acknowledgements of supporting this project go to Landcom and State Government Contract. The project is about identifying strategies for planning safe and secure public domains (InfoEd Ref: RG182869).
Mitko Aleksandrov (Send email)