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New approach of the actors in the building process in Peru between comparative analyses with Spanish model = Nueva visión de los agentes del proceso edificatorio en Perú a través de su análisis comparado con el modelo español


Medium: journal article
Language(s): English, Spanish
Published in: Building & Management, , n. 2, v. 2
Page(s): 23
DOI: 10.20868/bma.2018.2.3765

The building process in Peru contains its own instruments of regulation and management. It is a specific legislation that tries since its growing development, to protect the necessary quality of its buildings. It presents construction standards that govern the processes throughout the country since the stage of licensing, execution of work and conformity of the building, thus the municipalities are governed by the Law 29090 (and their amending) and the Reglamento Nacional de Edificaciones (RNE). But parallel to the development of the building process, we must seek an update of the management instruments and specific legislation. This is taken as reference the current Spanish situation in this respect, where the means to update their buildings with standards of quality, safety and sustainability, have been set. In Spain, there is a general law that governs the entire building process, the Ley de Ordenación de la Edificación (LOE), together with technical regulations, the Código Técnico de la Edificación (CTE), regulate the entire Spanish building process. These laws and regulations in both countries fulfill a similar function, proposing the study of their similarities and differences in the adjudication of responsibilities to the interveners and in the management itself. To do this, a normative - comparative -qualitative analysis of both building processes (Spanish and Peruvian) has been carried out, through its normative application benchmarks, to find the differences, gaps and possible improvements in the processes and the actors that intervene in them, to achieve better control of the building process. In the conclusions the possible coincidences, deficiencies, and complements within the reciprocal relationship between the current regulations of application between both countries has been determined. This experience will set new contributions to management in both building processes and obtain a new vision in reference to Peru.

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