Building Care

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Wiley, Feb 18, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 208 pages
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Building care encompasses everything from maintenance of a building to energy conservation and range of approaches, including the effects on design.

A range of approaches to looking after buildings and their users is covered in this book. The rationale and conditions that support them (e.g. PPM - preventative planned maintenance; JIT - just in time) are explained, together with the commercial and environmental imperatives driving new approaches to building care.

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Brian Wood was born in 1970 and attended the University of Ottawa and the University of Toronto, receiving a Master's degree in English in 1994 after putting his professors through hell. After graduating he moved to Vancouver where he worked for Coles and then Indigo. In 2006, he became a literary agent, representing such people as Bob McKenzie, Al Strachan, Brian Kilrea, and James Duthie. He enjoys watching NFL games on TV, reading, writing, playing tennis, and listening to music, in roughly that order. His website is www.brianjwood.com.

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