"Performance & Productivity: The Space Management Mandate"
Author: Hier, Thomas C. and Gail B. Biddison
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: April 1996
Defines space management as the art and science of maximizing the value of existing space and minimizing the need for new space. Presents primary objectives of space management; its importance; its tools such as space guidelines, space inventory, space allocation modeling, and space productivity measures; financial performance targets; and the capital asset plan, which utilizes market, programmatic, and financial assessments. Lists benefits of a capital asset plan.
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