Essential reading for building owners, facilities managers, architects and surveyors, this book will also prove useful on business management and facilities management courses, and for those studying architecture, surveying and real estate management.
First book to address this important and topical subject area Use of Case Notes to illustrate topics Focuses on correlation bertween work and workplace; between workplace and work effectiveness
Facilities managers, architects, surveyors, office managers, engineers - those involved professionally in the design and use of space.
The context of space planning The space planning process Assessing demand - the organisation's needs Assessing supply - the building audit Matching demand and supply - the outcome Managing space demand over time The future of workspace management Glossary of terms Bibliography.
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1999
- 24th September 1999
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"well-referenced ... provides a good introduction ... written in a highly accessible and pragmatic manner ... the authors stimulate off-the-page thinking ... " Dr J. Hinks in Facilities "If you need to brush up on your space planning and management skills, Wes McGregor and Danny Then have written the book for you ... a detailed look at the processes involved in space planning" Workplace