Facilities Management and the Business of Space

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Arnold, 1999 - Architecture - 248 pages
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The effective management of business's workspace through time is a crucial part of facilities management. This volume looks at the strategic and tactical issues surrounding the management of work environments and the processes and tools used to assess space demand, audit existing space use, and plans for change. The authors propose a view of facilities management that critically examines the management of space as a business resource that must be optimized. Descriptions and analysis of the methods used to assess supply and demand, and manage workplace provision effectively are provided. Space management in a variety of sectors is discussed including commercial, industrial and public service, and supported by illustrative case notes.

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McGregor Consultancy Services and Advanced Workplace Associated, Perthshire, UK.

Queensland University of Technology, Queenlands, Australia.

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