Planning and managing interior projects

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R.S. Means, Jan 1, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 554 pages
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This comprehensive text addresses the ins and outs of downsizing, company mergers, and information technology—and how they affect workspace design. It will helps you successfully manage the players, agendas, and technology of today's office space construction, renovations, and relocations.

Planning & Managing Interior Projects guides facility managers, architects, and interior designers through every step in relocating to a new space or renovating an old one. In depth coverage addresses space requirements, selecting the right site, alternative work models (e.g., telecommuting, hoteling), document management, telecommunications and data issues, working with consultants, and environmental considerations.

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Contents

Project Planning Site Selection
4
Design Development
17
Forming the Project Team
31
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\Carol E. Farren is President of Facility Management World Wide, Ltd., a New York City-based firm that provides facility and adminstrative management consulting services. The former director of facilities at Time-Warner, Inc., she has more than 30 years of experience in interior project management and has directed many high-profile design and relocation projects. She is past president of the Greater New York chapter of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), a Certified Facility Manager (CFM), and an IFMA Fellow.

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