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"Case Study: Stanford University"
Author: Muir, Gordon A. and Bruce R. Toro
Published In: Capital Renewal and Deferred Maintenance [Critical Issues in Facilities Management #4]
Date: 1989

Describes how Stanford University established an annual reinvestment value of each facility; developed a systematic method of identifying, costing, and reporting deficiencies; analyzed costs of building system, trade, and priority; sorted data for management analysis and decision; and, once funded, issued work orders to craft shops.  Discusses management approach, building inspection/survey, classification of maintenance and code requirements, and cost estimates.  Includes forms and reports. 

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