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Baarveld Marlijn


Name Marlijn Baarveld MSc.
 Department Construction Management & Engineering
Room HT-300
Tel. 053-489 6863
Tel. secretary 053-489 4254/2670
Fax 053-489 2511
E-mail m.y.baarveld@utwente.nl
Position PhD student

Postal address

  • University of Twente
  • Faculty of Engineering Technology
  • Department of Construction Management & Engineering
  • P.O. Box 217
  • 7500 AE Enschede
  • The Netherlands

Education

2005 - 2007

MSc Civil Engineering and Management, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

  • Specialization: Construction Management and Engineering
  • Master Thesis: "Policy based public private partnership in urban redevelopment projects", Rigo, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2006

Minor Urban Design, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom

2001 - 2005


Bachelor Civil Engineering and Management, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

  • Bachelor Thesis: Analysis and design of the roundabouts near Puente Cobija, Municipalidad de Cochabamba, Cochabamba, Bolivia)

Employment record

2009 - current

PhD candidate at the department of Construction Management and Engineering, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

  • Topic: Redevelopment of cultural heritage in urban restructuring projects: how to balance costs and benefits?

2008 - current

Consultant Urban Planning and Redevelopment, at Oranjewoud, Almere, the Netherlands

2007

MSc researcher at RIGO, Amsterdam the Netherlands

2005

BSc researcher at municipality of Cochabamba, Bolivia.

Research

PhD research: Redevelopment of cultural heritage in urban restructuring projects: how to balance costs and benefits?

The quality and individual character of spatial developments improves if the existing cultural heritage is used. However, preservation and transformation of heritage buildings is a complex process. Various stakeholders are involved, all with their different perceptions and interests. Besides, investments needed to preserve and transform cultural heritage for new use with current standards are high. Some parties take advantage of the added value without contributing to the costs of the redevelopment. Cities and private parties are searching for new methods and ideas to embed cultural heritage in the redevelopment project. The objective of my PhD research is to increase insight in the opportunities, chances and threats of balancing costs and benefits, actor involvement and establishing project coalitions in urban redevelopment projects in which cultural heritage plays an important role. Through case studies and action research propositions for successful coalitions and the balancing of costs and benefits will be designed, implemented and monitored. The projects Hembrugterrein (Zaanstad), Wagenwerkplaats (Amersfoort), Hart van Zuid (Hengelo), Spoorzone Tilburg (Tilburg) and ‘ t Vaneker (Enschede) are part of the research program.

Teaching

Currently no teaching.