STP1029

    Performance of Buildings and Serviceability of Facilities

    Davis G, Ventre FT
    Published: 1990


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    Shows how facilities can be evaluated in a way that is both scientifically valid and responsive to the requirements of management. Peer-reviewed papers raise questions about evaluation and rating facilities from the point of view of the occupants and managers, and offer help in addressing these questions. For facility managers, building owners and managers, architects and engineers, facility programmers; also office managers.


    Table of Contents

    Overview: Beyond Aesthetics: Can Buildings be Judged on How Well They Work?

    Comments on Establishing Appropriate Measurements for the Performance of Buildings and the Serviceability of Facilities by Francis T. Ventre

    Comments on Establishing Appropriate Measurements for the Performance of Buildings and the Serviceability of Facilities by Francis T. Ventre

    Comments on Establishing Appropriate Measurements for the Performance of Buildings and the Serviceability of Facilities by Francis T. Ventre

    Comments on Establishing Appropriate Measurements for the Performance of Buildings and the Serviceability of Facilities by Francis T. Ventre

    Comments on Facility Performance and Serviceability from a Facility Manager's Viewpoint by Arthur P. Hahn

    Comments on Facility Performance and Serviceability from a Facility Manager's Viewpoint by Arthur P. Hahn

    Comments on Facility Performance and Serviceability from a Facility Manager's Viewpoint by Arthur P. Hahn

    Comments on Facility Performance and Serviceability from a Facility Manager's Viewpoint by Arthur P. Hahn

    Comments on Functional Performance and Developing Standardized Tools for Assessing Employees Ratings of Facility Performance by Daniel Stokols and Frederick Scharf

    Comments on Developing Standardized Tools for Assessing Employees Ratings of Facility Performance by Daniel Stokols and Frederick Scharf

    Comments on Developing Standardized Tools for Assessing Employees Ratings of Facility Performance by Daniel Stokols and Frederick Scharf

    Comments on Developing Standardized Tools for Assessing Employees Ratings of Facility Performance by Daniel Stokols and Frederick Scharf

    Comments on Measuring Economic Performance by Harold E. Marshall

    Comments on Measuring Economic Performance by Harold E. Marshall

    Comments on Measuring Economic Performance by Harold E. Marshall

    Comments on Control is Beautiful: Measuring Facility Performance as if People (and Buildings) Really Mattered by James A. Wise

    The Occupant's View

    Choosing Performance and Serviceability Measures for Standardization

    Comments on A Performance Profile Approach to Measuring Overall Building Performance by Franklin Becker

    Facilities Performance Profile Tools

    Comments on A Performance Profile Approach to Measuring Overall Building Performance by Franklin Becker

    Comments on A Performance Profile Approach to Measuring Overall Building Performance by Franklin Becker

    Overall Facility Performance: A Personal View of the U.K. Perspective

    Issues Affecting Building Performance, a Point of View from the Federal Republic of Germany

    Negotiating Facility Evaluation in New Zealand

    Introduction: Facility Serviceability Standards: Current Developments

    “Canada's Biggest Landlord Looks at Facility Performance”

    Establishing Appropriate Measurements for the Performance of Buildings and the Serviceability of Facilities

    Discussion of Measuring Performance and Serviceability

    Facility Performance and Serviceability from a Facility Manager's Viewpoint

    Discussion of Operating Performance

    Developing Standardized Tools for Assessing Employees' Ratings of Facility Performance

    Discussion of Functional Performance

    Measuring Economic Performance

    Discussion on Measuring Economic Performance

    Control is Beautiful: Measuring Facility Performance as if People (and Buildings) Really Mattered

    Discussion of Measures of Building Performance Applicable to Individual Occupants and Small Groups

    A Performance Profile Approach to Measuring Overall Facility Management (FM) Performance

    Discussion of Viewpoints from Outside North America

    Performance of Buildings and Serviceability of Facilities: Background, and Impact of Presentations on Standards Needs

    Discussion of Performance and Serviceability Standards: What Next

    An Information System for Measuring the Performance of Health Facilites

    Application of the Exo-Endo Model to the Measurement of Building Energy Performance

    A Method for Collecting User Based Facility Requirements

    Optimizing Facility Performance: A Portfolio Approach

    A Post-Occupancy Evaluation of Two Energy-Efficient Office Buildings

    Integrating Overall Performance Measures in Organizational Facility Planning: The United States Postal Service

    Health Reports as Facility Performance Measures: The Role Of Environmental and Occupational Factors in the Genesis of Building-Related Illness

    Matching Building Performance to Organizational Needs

    Total Functional Value: Facility Performance and Functional Use Costs

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E06

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1029-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5108-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1292-6

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