Methodology of the BTI
The BTI uses sophisticated mathematical modelling to transform captured data into a trustworthiness indicator for a building. Here’s how it comes together.
How it works
BTI captures data about the who (participants), what (materials) and how (certificates) to provide a measure of trustworthiness for a built asset.
What does the indicator mean?
A Building Trustworthy Indicator provides measures of trustworthiness at different development stages of a built asset.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is BTI?
The Building Trustworthy Indicator (BTI) is a market-led digital product that differentiates between trustworthy and non-trustworthy built assets.
What does BTI measure?
BTI measures the trustworthiness of buildings by capturing data regarding the materials, processes, and the historical track-record of participants involved in its design and construction.
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What is the difference between a ‘Trustworthy As Designed’ and a ‘Trustworthy As Built’ indicator?
A ‘Trustworthy As Designed’ indicator provides a measure of trustworthiness for the design of a building. At this stage construction of the building has not yet commenced.
In comparison, a ‘Trustworthy As Built’ indicator measures the trustworthiness of the final built asset once it is ready for occupation.
At what stage of the development cycle is an indicator issued?
A ‘Trustworthy As Designed’ indicator is granted once a construction certificate has been issued by your local regulatory body.
A ‘Trustworthy As Built’ indicator is granted once an occupation certificate has been issued by your local regulatory body.
How can I get involved?
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