The Facility Management Handbook

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  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 09/07/2009
  • Publisher: Amacom Books

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Based on best practices and proven research, The Facility Management Handbook has long been the go-to resource for professionals in the field. Extensively updated for the realities of today¿s workplace, the third edition provides readers with the tools and guidance they need to wipe out inefficiency and create a productive facility that integrates people, place, and process. Covering a broad range of topics from space planning and maintenance to benchmarking and outsourcing, readers will gain practical insight into how they can: ¿ design, construct and maintain facilities using sustainable practices ¿ provide a safe, attractive work environment that supports productivity ¿ ensure that facility plans match organizational needs ¿ plan and control capital expenditures ¿ address critical security and emergency preparedness issues Complete with case studies and indispensable information on sustainability and post-9/11 security concerns, this is still the ultimate resource for facility managers. David G. Cotts, PE, CFM (Alexandria, VA) is a former president of the International Facility Management Association. Kathy O. Roper, CFM, LEED AP (Atlanta, GA) is Associate Professor of Integrated Facility Management at Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Architecture. Richard P. Payant, CFM, CPE (Washington, DC) is Director of Facilities Management, GeorgetownUniversity.

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