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  • 1 University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings, Třinecká 1024, 273 43, Buštěhrad, Czech Republic
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The main objective of the present research was to develop a methodology for assessment of resilience of residential buildings in Central Europe. The main purpose of the methodology is to enable to set performance levels in terms of resilience for new multifamily residential buildings. The paper describes a method of selection and development of the assessment criteria and the final structure of whole assessment scheme and presents examples of detailed evaluation using selected criteria.

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