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Discusses the merits of quality in facilities management and theeffects it can have on clients as well as staff. Organizations must lookto their staffs skill levels to provide value internally and externallyat the highest levels.
Looks at the ways value is added in an organization throughfacilities management. Suggests that if facilities are tuned in theyhelp meet business objectives and values. Concludes that facilities canbe effectively managed only if seen as integral parts of the enterprise.
Premises management should seek to realize their valueorganizationally, providing flexibility and potential for optimal use.Looks at different qualities involved and discusses these specifically.Concludes that, if the groundwork and disciplines are right, thenpremises management along the lines...
Looks at the developments at Canary Wharf and its aims to meet thediverse needs of potential office tenants. Investigates differences indesign and observes the ability to attract potential tenants. Suggeststhat developers look at this kind of urban renewal and its possibilitiesfor environmental...
There are no agreed definitions for understanding change in the context of buildings. Here is a framework which unites four of the most important terms in the briefing process flexibility, adaptability, congestion and constraint. All are properties of different types of time, linear and cyclical.
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