Facility Design and Management Handbook by Eric TeicholzFacility Design and Management Handbook by Eric Teicholz

Facility Design and Management Handbook

byEric Teicholz

Hardcover | February 14, 2001

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A new paradigm in facility management

A unique, just-in-time resource from profession leader Eric Teicholz, Facility Design and Management Handbook empowers you to make your facility state of the art. Packed with tips from U.S. and international case studies from government, health care, retail, finance, manufacturing, and academia, this guide gives you access to theproductivity tools, technologies, and stratagems that have revolutionized the field in the last five years, helping you to:
Find the best, most cost-effective solutions for issues from “greenness” and sustainability to disaster recovery and technology integration
Use new tools for space and asset allocation, project management, process coordination, and systems integration
Improve accuracy in financial forecasting, budgeting, architectural and interior design planning, and market research
Create cost-effective “smart” buildings with state-of-the art security, energy management, lighting strategies, and maintenance efficiency
Discover innovative solutions for human resources needs
Integrate the Internet into your management program
Automate nearly all your tasks for major productivity gains
Apply benchmarking standards and other measurements that demonstrate and assure facility management productivity

Accompanying time-saving, efficiency-boosting CD-ROM is loaded with sample documents—from budgets, schedules, plans to cost-benefit analyses, checklists, forms and audits; standards for communications and database, integration, building and construction, CAD conventions; Web links and other resources.

Eric Teicholz is president and founder of Graphic Systems, Inc., of Cambridge, Massachusetts, which specializes in all aspects of facilities management, including automation consulting, systems integration, market research, and training. He has specialized in facilities design and management for 25 years. A contributing editor of Facil...
Title:Facility Design and Management HandbookFormat:HardcoverDimensions:9.5 × 7.7 × 1.73 inPublished:February 14, 2001Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071353941

ISBN - 13:9780071353946

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction.

Chapter 1: Facility Management - An Introduction.

Part 2: Planning.

Chapter 2: Benchmarking.

Chapter 3: Strategic Planning.

Chapter 4: Business Transformation and Facility Management.

Chapter 5: Financial Management for Facility Managers.

Chapter 6: Ultimate Customer Service.

Chapter 7: Disaster Recovery Planning.

Part 3: Analysis and Design.

Chapter 8: Alternative Workplaces.

Chapter 9: Facilities Condition Assessment.

Chapter 10: Thinking Globally.

Chapter 11: Sustainable Design.

Chapter 12: Smart Buildings, Intelligent Buildings.

Chapter 13: Lighting.

Chapter 14: Ergonomics and Workspaces.

Chapter 15: Managing the New Healthcare Real Estate Portfolio: A Case Study.

Chapter 16: Organization Readiness Case Study: Implementing Technology at Rocketdyne, a Boeing Company.

Part 4: Implementation and Management.

Chapter 17: Project Management and Integration.

Chapter 18: Real Estate Portfolio Management.

Chapter 19: Supporting the Mission of the Organization: An Approach to Portfolio Management.

Chapter 20: The Design and Construction Process.

Chapter 21: Space and Asset Management.

Chapter 22: Operations and Maintenance.

Chapter 23: Energy Management.

Chapter 24: Security.

Part 5: Technology.

Chapter 25: Overview & Current State of FM Technology.

Chapter 26: Integrating the Internet into FM.

Chapter 27: A/E/C Industry Case Study: The Birth and Development of a Collaborative Extranet, Bidcom.

Chapter 28: Governemnt Technology at the Architect of the Capitol: A Case Study.

Chapter 29: Michigan State University Facility Management Master's Level Certificate Program: A Case Study.

Chapter 30: GIS Case Study: Space Management at the University of Minnesota.

Chapter 31: Teaching Technology at the University of New South Wales: A Case Study.