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The Classification of Facilities to Determine the Management Fund Allocation at Non-Low Cost of High-Rise Residential Building

Siti Rashidah, , A.I. Che-Ania, Norngainy Mohd Tawil, Hani Omar
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Volume: 31
Issue: 5
Pages: 9 - 18

High demand for housing and limited land in town area has increasing the provision of high-rise residential scheme. This type of housing has different owners but share the same land lot and common facilities. Thus, maintenance works of the buildings and common facilities must be well organized. The purpose of this paper is to identify the facilities of high-rise residential building according to its factor in order to improve the management of the scheme. The study used stratified random sampling technique and 170 of non-low cost of high-rise residential building were participated in the survey. The scope of this research is focuses on high-rise residential building located within Klang Valley area. This area is rapidly developed and was an economic centre of Malaysian country. The result, there are three classification of facilities developed namely, basic facilities, exclusive facilities and support facilities. Then, the comparison of predetermine of facilities classification and final facilities classification were clarified. Therefore, this study will serve as benchmark for the designation of facilities for better solution on maintenance cost expenses that commensurate with the facilities available at non-low cost of high-rise residential building in Malaysia.

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JournalRevista de la Facultad de Ingeniería
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