Ελληνικά

Engineering Law

Course Description:

The aim of the course is to familiarize students with the basic concepts and the legislative framework governing the construction of any technical project and its impact on the environment.

Course Units

# Title Description Hours
1 Introduction to modern technical law Introduction and conceptual clarification of the concepts of modern technical law (Building Information Modeling-BIM, Blockchain, smart contracts-IT-Artificial Intelligence) 3
2 Property Valuation and Management, and Investment Management in urban development and planning Real estate investment: planning, valuation and financing, property values, land management 3
3 Blockchain Concept and typology of Blockchain, international and European applications of Blockchain technology in the fields of governance, economy and energy. Approaches to the impact of Blockchain technology on spatial planning issues-legal challenges. 3
4 Spatial Planning - Urban Planning - Environmental Law Conceptual clarification of spatial and urban planning, levels and tools of spatial and urban planning, environmental licensing, EIA, AEPO, NATURA 2000 areas, forests, circular economy and their correlation with the concepts of technical law, Law 4759/20 and Law 4685/20. 2X3=6
5 From the General Building Regulation to the New Building Regulation. Basic definitions Structural work, building factor, coverage, building, building line, lot boundaries, load-bearing structure, arrangements for disabled or handicapped persons. 3
6 Building Regulation Classification of buildings and structures based on use, safety and durability of buildings 3
7 Energy Performance of Buildings Regulation (KENAK) Energy design in the building sector, improving the energy efficiency of buildings, energy saving and environmental protection. 3
8 Energy buildings Planted roofs, roof construction regulations, planted roofs, structures and plantings in open spaces and fences. 3
9 Fire Safety Regulation Relationship between Energy Performance of Buildings Regulation-Fire Safety Regulation- New Building Regulation. 3
10 The Greek contract and study management system Historical background. Concepts and definitions. Contract award procedures and criteria. Registers of designers. Categories of studies and services. Commissioning, drafting and stages of studies. Specifications, regulations and fees for studies. MEC. MEC. Tendering and tendering procedures. Contractual documents. Construction supervision. Time limits. Penal clauses. Timetable. Calendar. Measurements. Accounts. Advances. Price review. Reductions of work. New work. Deficiencies. Contractor's discount. Termination of contract. Certificate of completion. Final Measurement. Provisional and final acceptance. Guarantee period. Final account. Dispute resolution. 3
11 Smart Contracts Smart Contracts Applications, Public Works and Design Contract Management System
12 Purchase of land and repair of a building Divided property, horizontal and vertical. The system of consideration - Contractor. Establishment of horizontal properties. Regulation of the operation of a block of flats. Preliminary agreement and building purchase contract. Repair contractors' contracts. Insurance against risks 3

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be familiar with the basic concepts and the legislative framework governing:

  • the construction of any technical project
  • the environmental licensing of projects
  • the issuing of building permits
  • the energy upgrading of buildings
  • the award of public works and design contracts
  • the management of public works and study contracts

Teaching Methods

Teaching methods Classroom lectures. Discussion of case studies in the classroom.
Teaching media Presentations on the Board. Power Point slides.

Student Assessment

  • Final written exam: 100%

Textbooks - Bibliography

Lecture notes

Lecture Time - Place:

  • Thursday, 14:45 – 17:30,
    Rooms:
    • Ζ. Κτ. 1 Πολ., Αιθ. 2