"Chapter 56: Facilities Programming: Uniting Institutional Needs and Vision with Architectural Design and Construction"
Author: Lidsky, Arthur J.
Published In: Facilities Management: A Manual for Plant Administration, third edition
A facilities program is an essential first step between the vision of new or renovated space and the realization of that vision through architectural design and construction. The program both describes the space and provides a valuable management tool for controlling cost and size and ensuring user needs are met. Offers step-by-step guidelines for implementing the facilities programming process. Figures provide examples of a summary of space and room description and a space relationship diagram.
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