Written to emphasize the relationships of classical planning principles to the layout of space, this comprehensive book illustrates ways in which these principles apply to design programs of the past and present. The primary focus is on planning office space, but it also includes a chapter on space programming and planning in a residential context. CAD and CAFM applications are emphasized throughout and two advanced chapters discuss relational databases and their use in computer-aided facility management
Focuses on the aspects of facility management related to programming, space planning, building codes and accessibility requirements. Coverage of advanced techniques such as relational databases—and their use in computer-aided facility management. 237 figures, 45 tables and other graphics make this book highly visual and easier to understand.
Facility Planning is for beginning and intermediate level individuals interested in design and in developing their space planning skills.