Facilities ManagementPayne

Author: Trevor Payne

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ISBN (digital PDF):      978-1-909287-22-8

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ISBN (mobi):                 978-1-909287-23-5

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Description

Summary

‘Facilities Management,’ written by Trevor Payne, is aimed at all those individuals with facilities management (FM) responsibilities who are trying to get to grips with the wide and demanding range of practical issues which they currently face.

Readership

It is aimed at all construction professionals, including facilities managers, architects, surveyors, civil engineers and builders who want to broaden their knowledge on the production of construction work.

ISBN (print):                    978-1-902375-35-9

ISBN (digital PDF):        978-1-909287-22-8

ISBN (epub):                   978-1-909287-24-2

ISBN (mobi):                   978-1-909287-23-5

Publication date:            1998      

Territorial rights:              worldwide

Number of pages:          116   

Size (print):                     280mm x 210mm

Readership:                   university and professional

BIC2 code:                     KNJC      

BISAC code:                  TEC005000    


Contents

The FM scene - an introduction (the range and complexity of the facilities portfolio and the core/non-core viewpoints are discussed)

Facilities strategy (the importance and benefit of facilities strategy

The facilities manager as a 'change driver'

Organisational synergy (outsourcing)

Customer focus (who are the customers?)

Specification - input vs. output

The changing workplace

 Virtual organisations (CAFM and helpdesks)

 Facilities performance (service level agreements; monitoring; benchmarking; space  management/cost  of space)

 Best value approach (quality and standards)

 Risk management (statutory compliance; training and development; succession planning; core competencies)

 Future directions and challenges

About the author

Trevor Payne, the author, is a senior practitioner working in the field.

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