Facilities Management Handbook

  • Authors
  • John Molnar

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
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    Pages 1-13
  3. John Molnar
    Pages 14-46
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    Pages 47-58
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    Pages 59-71
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    Pages 72-89
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    Pages 90-107
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    Pages 108-123
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    Pages 124-142
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    Pages 143-196
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    Pages 197-233
  12. John Molnar
    Pages 234-245
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 246-252

About this book


Facilities Management Handbook was written from practical experience to con­ solidate, under one cover, all the necessary information at an adequate depth to guide you effectively through the intricacies of a project that may begin with site search, progress through leasing, new building construction or remodeling, and on to oc­ cupancy. This is not a theoretical exposition, but instead is a practical approach based on 30 years experience with every aspect of the material covered. These methods and concepts have been successfully used in actual situations. The book's purpose is to bring together, in one handy volume, information usually found in separate, specialized, technical publications, in an easy-to-read style readily comprehensible and usable by both technical and nontechnical people. It was written to serve anyone responsible for building design and construction, facilities manage­ ment and operations, and real estate leasing; particularly building owners and managers, industrial, commercial, and institutional facilities department personnel, plant engineering, and real estate departments. It could also be valuable to students and others planning careers in these fields. The book provides necessary information to assist sales personnel handling products and services serving the need of the above.


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