Facility Management

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 19, 2012 - Architecture - 624 pages
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From the moment it was first published, Facility Management became the ultimate reference for facility and design professionals who want to create a productive workplace that corresponds to the short- and long-term goals of their corporation. This Second Edition provides complete, fully up-to-date information and guidance on the evolving facility management profession that will help facility professionals and their service providers meet and exceed these goals.
 

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Contents

An Overview of Facility Management
1
Longrange and Annual Facility Planning
69
Facility Financial Forecasting and Management
132
Real Estate Considerations Analysis and Planning
178
Architectural and Engineering Planning and Design
293
Interior Programming and Space Planning
345
Construction and Renovation Work
387
Maintenance and Operations
451
General Administrative Services and Technology
515
Successful Facility Management
539
Glossary of Facility Management Definitions and Buzzwords
565
Index
575
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EDMOND P. RONDEAU, AIA, CFM, is an IFMA Fellow and is the General Manager, Real Estate in the Real Estate Development Office at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, where he is responsible for the acquisition and management of owned and leased properties for the university and associated organizations.

ROBERT KEVIN BROWN, PhD, CRE, AICP, is President, Robert K. Brown & Associates and is the chair emeritus of the Department of Real Estate in the College of Business Administration at Georgia State University.

PAUL D. LAPIDES, CPA, MBA, is a professor of management and entrepreneurship at the Michael J. Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University (Georgia) where he founded and serves as Director of the nationally recognized Corporate Governance Center.

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