"Facilities as a Capital Asset"
Author: Rush, Sean C.
Published In: Facilities Stewardship in the 1990s
Discusses how facilities can be better manager to ensure that the capital assets necessary for teaching, research, and public service are available beyond the turn of the century. Describes facilities as an institutional asset and examines some models that can be used to manage facilities as a portfolio. Briefly covers some approaches to facilities audits and inspections, assessments of the data that comes out of those inspections and decision support models that insitutions can apply in looking at facility funding needs and conditions. Also discusses the concept of facilities equilibrium.
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