"Bridging the Communication Gap Between Research Scientist and Facilities Planner"
Author: Allen, Ralph O. and Sandy H. Lambert III
Published In: Planning, Design, and Construction [Critical Issues in Facilities Management #7]
Bridging the communication gap is the responsibility of the facilities planner, whose success is measured by the degree to which the end product satisfies the researcher, the design consultant, the administrators, and the facilities managers. Discusses the researcher's perspective; communication and interaction between constituencies; importance of providing advice and understanding the project scope early in the process; and design goals, development, implementation, and evaluation.
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