"Chapter 4: Comprehensive Assessment of Facilities Requirements"
Author: Middleton, William D.
Published In: Planning and Managing the Campus Facilities Portfolio
A realistic assessment of facilities needs must be based on a sound and comprehensive analysis of the scope and magnitude of all current and future facilities requirements, together with an equally sound and comprehensive analysis of the scope and magnitude, condition, and suitability of the existing facilities assets. Reviews several procedures planners can use to evaluate the adequacy of existing facilities based on an assessment of their quantity, condition and quality, or suitability of both present and projected program needs. Includes tables showing criteria developed by the University of North Carolina for overall building conditions; general classrooms HEGIS codes 110/115; residential facilities HEGIS Codes 910/919/920/935/950/955;open spaces; and baseline scope of facilities: student support.
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