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New technology has revolutionised the office, making some buildingsof the 1960s unsuitable for modern business. The implementation andbenefits of a Computer Aided Facilities Management CAFM system, inenabling facilities managers to manage change and assemble thebackground information necessary...
Structured cabling systems remain a fast growing market and arelikely to become even more frequently installed as the recessionrecedes. The historical derivation and structure of these systems isdescribed and the key strategical issues which will need examining whenselecting a system are...
Part one of this article looked at cultural change and design. Parttwo considers building management space temperature ventilation andnoise the problems of physical conditions and spatial and behaviouralcomplexity in office buildings. The author suggests problemsolvingstrategies, of more...
Office staff were asked whether or not they sit next to a window. Then the depth of space of the building was measured from glass to glass, or from glass to building core.
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