Facilities Management and the Business of Space
Essential reading for building owners, facilities managers, architects and surveyors, this book will also prove useful on business management and facilities management courses, and for those studying architecture, surveying and real estate management.
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2 The context of space planning
3 The space planning process
4 Assessing demand the organizations needs
5 Assessing supply the premises audit
6 Matching demand and supply the outcome
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accommodation planning accommodation strategy achieved activities allocation amount of workspace appropriate Arthur Andersen assess asset management audit beneﬁts BREEAM building business planning business resource business’s CAFM call centres Chapter Charles Handy communication components considered context core corporate real estate cost customers demand document image processing Duffy Edinburgh Park effective enable environment environmental evaluation ﬂexibility ﬂoor forecast function future HVAC impact implementation implications individual inﬂuence infrastructure interaction involved issues layout lease levels Lloyd’s building meet Nationwide Building Society occupancy ofﬁce operational asset organization organization’s organizational performance planning process plarming portfolio potential practice premises real estate assets reﬂect relocation response role scenarios senior management service level agreement South Gyle space planning space standards speciﬁc staff strategic management supply support services tasks types users utilization workers