"Chapter 60: Designing for Value"
Author: Murray, Lee C.
Published In: Facilities Management: A Manual for Plant Administration, third edition
Designing for value is designing facilities that have appropriate performance and cost and is the result of procedures introduced in the process that ensure it will happen. Covers design for maintainability, evaluation of designs using life cycle cost techniques and value engineering review, use of construction contractors' review of design, and development of a maintenance impact statement. Figures include cost model, weighted evaluation, and charts covering various aspects of life cycle cost distribution and data.
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