Published: 01 January 1990
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Those aspects of facility performance and serviceability that are most important to investors, financial executives and building economists, such as; value for money, return on investment were discussed; for example, internal rate of return, and life-cycle costing. There is a need for practical methods for evaluating buildings and building performance from the economic perspective. Buildings and facilities should be looked at.
life-cycle costing, internal rate of return, adjusted rate of return, hurdle rate, payback
Canadian Building Magazine, Toronto, Ontario