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THE HIGH-RISE CONSTRUCTION SITE VALIDATION DATA SET FOR EVACUATION MODELS: A GUIDE TO THE DATA AND VALIDATION PROCEDURES [August 2019]


As part of the IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) funded research project, in collaboration with Multiplex, a series of four unannounced full-scale evacuation trials and five laboratory style walking speed trials were conducted on two different high-rise construction sites located in London UK. From these trials a full-scale validation data-set has been produced for high-rise construction sites.    

All the information related to the High-Rise Construction Site Validation Data-set (HRCSVDS) can be downloaded from this website.

All members of the evacuation modelling community are invited to make use of HRCSVDS to evaluate evacuation modelling tools. By making use of this material you agree to abide by the following usage terms and conditions:
  • Whenever work is published (typically, but not exclusively, in academic journals, conference proceedings and reports), which is based in-part or wholly on HRCSVDS the following citations to the reference material must be made:
  • When the above noted work is published or reported in the public domain, an electronic copy of the publication should be forwarded to e.r.galea@gre.ac.uk within one month of it appearing in the public domain. Where available a DOI for the publication should also be provided.  
  • The provided publications will be cited on the VALIDATION web page, together with the DOI of the publication.  
  • If the software tool  FSEG_VALIDATION_ASSESSOR is used to assess the degree of agreement with the validation data-set the following citation must be made in any work that is published (typically, but not exclusively, in academic journals, conference proceedings and reports) utilising the assessment:



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