XWe have detected your location as outside the U.S/Canada, if you think this is wrong, you can choose your location.

Macmillan Higher Education

Cart

Continue Shopping
All prices are shown excluding Tax
The submitted promocode is invalid
Discount code already used. It can only be used once.
* Applied promocode: ×

Please be advised Covid-19 shipping restrictions may apply. Please review prior to ordering and if you are affected select the ebook version instead.

Important information on your ebook order

Important information on your access card order

Important Notice

Sapling can only be accessed if your instructor has set up a course at your University. Please only buy this code if your instructor has an active Sapling course.

Important Notice

This product should only be purchased by International students at University of Illinois.

COVID-19: Support for professors and students affected by Coronavirus. Learn more

Facilities Management (2nd Edition)

An Explanation

Author(s):
Publisher:

Red Globe Press

Pages: 215
Series:

Building and Surveying Series

Downloads:

Flyer

Further Actions:

Recommend to library

AVAILABLE FORMATS

Paperback - 9780333737989

18 June 1998

$79.99

Not yet published


Ebook - 9781349148790

22 December 2015

$59.99

In stock


All prices are shown excluding Tax

Facilities management (FM) is the growth profession for all concerned with the management of premises and the assets within them. It represents a field of activity beyond the design, procurement and furnishing of buildings...

Show More

Facilities management (FM) is the growth profession for all concerned with the management of premises and the assets within them. It represents a field of activity beyond the design, procurement and furnishing of buildings into the skills of managing the use of a facility and how it evolves and develops in response to the changing demands of the occupier.
In this revised edition changes have been made to several chapters and two additional chapters have been added: one dealing with the management of the property portfolio and the other presenting a range of practical case studies.
The growing awareness of environmental issues and the drive towards conservation and sustainability of resources emphasises the importance of effective facilities management for all those studying and working in the built environment. This book will therefore appeal to both students and practitioners.

Show Less

1Clear and practical based on the author's long experience
2 Concise introductory text, with two chapters added, covering property portfolio management and practical case studies
3 Stresses the role of IT to make FM an immediate manager's tool

Preface
Acknowledgements
Origins and Objectives
Space Planning
Space Planning Data in Cost Control
Maintenance and Feedback
Operational Services
Assets
Life Cycle Costing
Systems and Software
Worked Examples
Services
Allied Activities
Health and Safety
The Property Portfolio
Case Studies
References and Further Reading
Index.

Add a review

ALAN PARK is a chartered quantity surveyor and chartered builder whose experience in facilities management began in the early 1970s in the petrochemical industry. He subsequently spent a number of years in project management for the Glasgow Underground Modernisation. In 1989 he joined architects StrideTreglown, Bristol and set up Stride Management. He is now commercial director of this multi-disciplinary design and management consultancy and is responsible for all management services and functions.

Professionally, he practices in project, cost and facilities management and acts for a wide range of clients as planning supervisor under the CDM Regulations.

He is Chairman of the CIOB Management of Facilities...

Show More

ALAN PARK is a chartered quantity surveyor and chartered builder whose experience in facilities management began in the early 1970s in the petrochemical industry. He subsequently spent a number of years in project management for the Glasgow Underground Modernisation. In 1989 he joined architects StrideTreglown, Bristol and set up Stride Management. He is now commercial director of this multi-disciplinary design and management consultancy and is responsible for all management services and functions.

Professionally, he practices in project, cost and facilities management and acts for a wide range of clients as planning supervisor under the CDM Regulations.

He is Chairman of the CIOB Management of Facilities Practice Committee, Convener of the Construction Information File FM Panel and a member of the Institute's Professional Services Board. He is also Chairman of the Society of Facilities Managers.

Show Less

Best Sellers