Kim Haugbølle

PhD

  • A.C. Meyers Vænge 15, A, 2-4-042

    2450 København SV

    Denmark

1992 …2021

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Research profile

Kim Haugbølle conducts advisory services to the government, undertakes teaching, and develops research-based knowledge to improve the built environment. He has authored or co-authored more than 250 publications on the role of the construction client focusing on innovation, procurement, building performance, life cycle economics and sustainable design. Kim Haugbølle is an experienced writer of publications covering both popular and professional texts as well as texts in both Danish and English.

Teaching profile

Kim's primary interests are innovation and process development. In particular, he focuses on matters concerning the role of the client, life cycle costing (LCC) and sustainability. He is heavily involved in the sustainable certification scheme DGNB and responsible for the development of the LCCbyg tool for calculating the life cycle costs of buildings. Kim is theoretically broadly rooted in a socio-technical tradition and works with both qualitative and quantitative methods. Examples of previously supervised graduation projects and censoring assignments include:
- Implementing sustainable initiatives in a public client organization
- Innovation partnerships as driver of a sustainable transformation of the socio-technical regime of construction
- Innovation and knowledge management systems in Rockwool
- Knowledge management in consulting engineering
- Innovation and technology platforms in industrial companies
- Digitization strategy in consulting engineering
- Breaking up the construction value chain - architectural firms' strategies and positioning
- Data integration across digital tools in design practice

Administrative profile

Since 2017, Kim Haugbølle has been a member of the Academic Council at the Faculty of Engineering and Science (ENG) at Aalborg University. He was previously a member of the Academic Council at the Danish Building Research Institute (SBi) in the period 2008-16.

Kim has been Chairman from 2017 and Member since 2014 of the Bibliometric Research Indicator Committee 45 on system and technology development, service development and facilities management, and construction management.

In 2011, Kim co-founded the Nordic association CREON (Construction Researchers on Construction Management and Economics in the Nordic region). He is a member of the board and treasurer.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Institut for Planlægning, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU)

19931997

MSc (CivEng), Instituttet for Anlægsteknik, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU)

19841993

BSc (PolSc), Institut for Statskundskab, Københavns Universitet

19881990

External positions

Secretariat Director, Byggeriets Udviklingsråd (Danish Building Development Council)

19972000

PhD student, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Institut for Planlægning

19931997

Keywords

  • Construction
  • construction management
  • innovation management
  • life cycle costing

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