Feasibility Of Materials With Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) And Its Impact On Users Of Parks In The Historic Center, Lima-2019

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Julio Christian Quesada Llanto , Jorge Luis Canta Honores , Joel Amet Machuca Vilca


Investments in Peru have been strategically promoted in the last decade, mainly by all levels of government, of which the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima has given greater emphasis on the historic center to promote human, urban and environmental development with sustainability, having as one of its priority axes the investment in enhancement projects. Therefore, the study proposed to describe how the feasibility of street furniture materials and electrical systems of the enhancement projects with the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) will impact the users of the parks in the historic center of Lima, in the year 2019. It was based on a quantitative approach, with a hypothetical-deductive method and descriptive-correlational scope, establishing a convenience sample of 30 engineers. As result, a Spearman Coefficient of 70.7% was found between the study variables, concluding with the existence of a high positive correlation, with which it can be sustained that the Feasibility of the Valorization Projects with the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) has a positive impact on the users of the parks of the Historical Center.

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