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Workplace Strategies And Facilities Management: Building In Value, Rick Best, Craig Langston, Gerard De Valence Jan 2010

Workplace Strategies And Facilities Management: Building In Value, Rick Best, Craig Langston, Gerard De Valence

Craig Langston

This book provides comprehensive coverage of issues that facility managers in the property industry need to understand and apply in the pursuit of value for money over the life span of built facilities. The authors introduce the fast-growing discipline of facility management, examine the core competencies that facility managers should possess and study different contemporary drivers of change. The book emphasises the need to consider facilities management issues at the pre-design stage of the construction process, rather than only when the building is completed, in order to maximise value for money.


Industry In The Southern Thames Street Neighborhood Of Newport, Rhode Island, 1820 -1920, Daniel P. Titus Dec 2003

Industry In The Southern Thames Street Neighborhood Of Newport, Rhode Island, 1820 -1920, Daniel P. Titus

Faculty and Staff - Articles & Papers

In the study of Industry in the Southern Thames Street Neighborhood of Newport, Rhode Island from 1820 -1920 we by necessity must touch, even if ever so slightly, on the history of industry in Newport, not just the District, both before and after that time period. We must try to understand what life was like for the residents of the District and the city. We must try to understand what was happening in the area, the city, and in a larger sense, the region to get an understanding of the social and economic forces at play on their everyday lives ...


Landscape Ecology For Watersheds, Jack F. Ahern, Andre Botequilha Leitao Dec 2003

Landscape Ecology For Watersheds, Jack F. Ahern, Andre Botequilha Leitao

Jack F. Ahern

No abstract provided.


El Municipio En La Seguridad Ciudadana: Un Panorama Latinoaméricano, Fernando Carrión Mena Dec 2003

El Municipio En La Seguridad Ciudadana: Un Panorama Latinoaméricano, Fernando Carrión Mena

Fernando Carrión Mena

Lo primero que llama la atención es que todos reclamamos seguridad ciudadana. ¿Por qué no existen opositores? ¿Por qué no se ha logrado disminuir la violencia y más bien sigue ofreciendo? Mucho más cuando todos estamos absolutamente de acuerdo con esta propuesta. Me da la impresión que es un tema relativamente parecido a los de descentralización, democracia, derechos humanos o desarrollo económico a los que nadie se opone.

Lo que ocurre es que la inseguridad y la violencia son conceptos polisémicos; es decir, que tienen distintos significados dependiendo de quién los proponga. Porque si no es así hace mucho tiempo ...


Functional Masterpiece: Woodbury County Courthouse, Daniel J. Naegele Dec 2003

Functional Masterpiece: Woodbury County Courthouse, Daniel J. Naegele

Architecture Publications

In late 1914, the Sioux City architect William Steele, who from 1896 to 1899 had apprenticed in the Chicago office of Louis Sullivan, won a limited local competition to build the Woodbury County Courthouse.


Review Of Human Ecology: Following Nature's Lead By Frederick Steiner, Michael R. Boswell Dec 2003

Review Of Human Ecology: Following Nature's Lead By Frederick Steiner, Michael R. Boswell

City and Regional Planning

No abstract provided.


A Reporter's Resource And Media Guide To Growth In California, R. Thomas Jones, A.I.A. Dec 2003

A Reporter's Resource And Media Guide To Growth In California, R. Thomas Jones, A.I.A.

Office of the Dean (CAED) Scholarship

This Guide was produced by the California Policy Forum through a collaboration of eight non-profit organizations who share a common commitment to greater public understanding about growth in California: California Center for Regional Leadership, California Futures Network, Center for Governmental Studies, Cities Counties and Schools Partnership, Environmental Policy Center, Latino Issues Forum, League of Women Voters Education Fund, and San Diego Dialogue.


Landmark Report (Vol. 22, No. 2), Kentucky Library Research Collections Dec 2003

Landmark Report (Vol. 22, No. 2), Kentucky Library Research Collections

Landmark Report

Newsletter published by the Landmark Association; this local group advocates the preservation, protection and maintenance of architectural, cultural and archaeological resources in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky.


Maine Food Trader, New England Environmental Finance Center, University Of Southern Maine Dec 2003

Maine Food Trader, New England Environmental Finance Center, University Of Southern Maine

Local Food Systems

A free website for buying, selling, trading and donating local food. Keep food from going to waste and help make food production a good way to make a living in Maine.


Trust, Collaboration, And Financial Return In Conservation/Development Partnerships, New England Environmental Finance Center Dec 2003

Trust, Collaboration, And Financial Return In Conservation/Development Partnerships, New England Environmental Finance Center

Economics and Finance

In early 2002 the New England Environmental Finance Center hosted a series of roundtable discussions among municipal officials, residential developers, land trust representatives, and others about "Innovative Approaches to Land Conservation and Smart Growth". Among our observations was that for many of the over 20 conservation/development partnerships we discussed in the series, creation and maintenance of trust was central to success or failure of various stages of the partnership. This suggested a link between creation of trust and financial return for traditionally opposed project partners.

To further examine this matter, we interviewed 11 round table participants and asked questions ...


Kinetic Performance : A Study In Portable Architecture, Ernest Brian Abuin Nov 2003

Kinetic Performance : A Study In Portable Architecture, Ernest Brian Abuin

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this research was to explore a new way of experiencing a performance space using the portability and flexibility of a cargo container. Since the 17th century there has been a split between theater, as a written work, and architecture. Theater has lost its founding essence becoming more about the structure and less about the performance.

Contemporary theater designs came through the development of street performances, which developed into theater types such as the Black Box and lately video and projection screening. With the exploration of kinetic uses in architecture and defragmentation of a cargo container there is ...


Inner-Urban Sustainability: A Case Study Of The South Brisbane Peninsula, Daniel O'Hare Nov 2003

Inner-Urban Sustainability: A Case Study Of The South Brisbane Peninsula, Daniel O'Hare

Daniel O'Hare

The combination of elements and conditions in inner-urban areas may be argued to constitute established patterns of urban sustainability. This paper develops the argument through a case study of the South Brisbane peninsula, one of Queensland’s oldest and densest inner-urban areas. For the purposes of the paper, urban sustainability is defined in the context of urban design and development. This definition highlights the interrelationship between urban form and structure, and the social and economic life of the city. The paper argues that South Brisbane demonstrates significant characteristics of ‘triple bottom line’ environmental, social and economic sustainability in a subtropical ...


Sustainable Economies In Master Planned Communities, P. Wales Nov 2003

Sustainable Economies In Master Planned Communities, P. Wales

Ned Wales

The intent of this paper is to discuss the principles for forming industrial ecologies in master planned communities. There is a growing need for both land developers; government agencies and the construction industry to encourage a holistic approach toward newly constructed communities rather than creating bedroom dormitories where typically greater reliance on resources and emissions of green house gases occurs. The paper proposes a framework to understand how all of the aspects of sustainable local economies can compete in current global economic dynamics, which can over ride local economic potential.

It is evident as a society we need to make ...


Futures Thinking For The Built And Human Environment, Lorcan Sirr, John Ratcliffe Nov 2003

Futures Thinking For The Built And Human Environment, Lorcan Sirr, John Ratcliffe

Reports

We are currently living through an era where we can, and need to, create exciting new possibilities in the way we think about, plan, design and build new places and spaces for working and living. At the same time, two irresistible forces – change and complexity – face decision-makers charged with framing and executing future policy and practice for the built and human environment. This paper generally argues the case for employing a ‘prospective’ process through scenario thinking for strategic planning and management in the urban arena. It does not attempt to identify or explore the advances made in planning for built ...


Updating Bridge Reliability Based On Bridge Management Systems Visual Inspection Results, Allen C. Estes, Dan M. Frangopol Nov 2003

Updating Bridge Reliability Based On Bridge Management Systems Visual Inspection Results, Allen C. Estes, Dan M. Frangopol

Architectural Engineering

Bridge management systems have become increasingly sophisticated over the past decade and provide valuable information about the structural condition of all bridges in the national database. At the same time, reliability methods have gained increasing prominence and are used to forecast life-cycle performance over many decades of structural life. Such reliability analyses need to be updated based on the results of inspections. Specifically targeted nondestructive evaluations are the preferred solution, but are not always available for every bridge. This paper examines how the visual inspection data provided from bridge management systems already in place can be used to update the ...


Duckett, Edward Austin, 1920-2008 (Mss 119), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Oct 2003

Duckett, Edward Austin, 1920-2008 (Mss 119), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscript Collection 119. Correspondence, project information, and small drawings of Edward Austin Duckett, a Bowling Green, Kentucky native and architect, who spent his professional career in Chicago, Illinois, working for Ludwig Mies van der Rhoe and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Also includes Duckett genealogy, a satirical booklet, and 1988 interviews (cassette tapes - 2) done with Duckett.


What Are You Thinking.... Allowing Publics To Engage The Surfaces Of The City, Matthew 'Mick' Mcnutt Oct 2003

What Are You Thinking.... Allowing Publics To Engage The Surfaces Of The City, Matthew 'Mick' Mcnutt

Architecture Thesis Prep

"How can architecture build urban environments that allow for public participation in and control over the space of the city? Encouraging and encompassing the play element in culture, architecture can represent a society constructed with systems of exchange based upon information, communication, and imagination among varying publics in order to counterbalance the existing system of capital enterprise."


A Structure Defining Movement: Mediating Between The Past & Present, Laura Klock Oct 2003

A Structure Defining Movement: Mediating Between The Past & Present, Laura Klock

Architecture Thesis Prep

Erie Canal Aqueduct, Rochester, NY - Re-forming the Identity of a Historic Urban Artifact

"Structuring the movement through space, and thus the temporal experience of that place, can serve as a mnemonic device for the recollection of the past and the reinterpretation of a site's identity as a composite of the past and present."


Customassation, Paul F. Maguda Oct 2003

Customassation, Paul F. Maguda

Architecture Thesis Prep

"The architecture of mass customization must be sensitive and selective at this point in time.

It must be sensitive to the historical lineage of mass production in architecture.

It must be selective in an application appropriate of the principles of the new model.

It must be selective in a location that represents old model industry set against the diverse new model society.

This architecture is best understood as a process of transformation from old model to new."


Isomorphic Correspondence: Hybrid Different Media: Music And Architecture, Ki Ho Choi Oct 2003

Isomorphic Correspondence: Hybrid Different Media: Music And Architecture, Ki Ho Choi

Architecture Thesis Prep

School of Crafting Instruments: Hudson Yard in Manhattan, New York, NY

"In my thesis approach to the music and architecture, I am not evoking the classical Pythagoras and Palladio. I am more dealing with architecture and music as new ground of present architecture and new hybrid medium between them...

Architecture, just linked music with simple arithmetic ratios, should confront and try to parallel to contemporary music theory...

To hybrid these different media, I have chosen the instruments and Bella Bartok's musical Theory. Instrument has architectonic form with musical character while Bartok's musical theory has visual character. These two ...


Chittenango 2020, Elizabeth Kamell Oct 2003

Chittenango 2020, Elizabeth Kamell

Full list of publications from School of Architecture

The re imagining of Chittenango by 2020


Book Review: Rowe, Colin And Leon Satkowski. Italian Architecture Of The 16th Century (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2002)., Daniel Naegele Oct 2003

Book Review: Rowe, Colin And Leon Satkowski. Italian Architecture Of The 16th Century (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2002)., Daniel Naegele

Architecture Publications

Released in January 2003, Italian Architecture of the 16th Century promotes itself as a book written by Colin Rowe and coauthored by Leon Satkowski, professor of architecture at the University of Minnesota. Embossed on its cover beneath the title and in large font is Colin Rowe. Below this, in smaller font, is & Leon Satkowski.


Pragmatism And The Gradual Shift From Dependency To Neoliberalism: The World Bank, African Leaders And Development Policy In Afri, Francis Owusu Oct 2003

Pragmatism And The Gradual Shift From Dependency To Neoliberalism: The World Bank, African Leaders And Development Policy In Afri, Francis Owusu

Community and Regional Planning Publications

The long-standing disagreement between the international community and African leaders over an appropriate development strategy has been settled by the World Bank’s Comprehensive Development Framework (CDF) and African leaders’ New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD). Both documents support neoliberalism and see increased global integration as the key to Africa’s development. This paper traces Africa’s journey from the dependency/neoliberalism debate in the early 1980s to the current endorsement of neoliberalism. It is argued that the overwhelming global attention and support enjoyed by NEPAD derives from its embrace of western development ideas as well as changes in ...


How City Hall Causes Sprawl - A Case Study, Michael E Lewyn Sep 2003

How City Hall Causes Sprawl - A Case Study, Michael E Lewyn

Michael E Lewyn

A book review addressing the city of Atlanta's pro-sprawl transportation, zoning and urban renewal policies.


Church Anniversary 69th (1); 2003-09-28, Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church Sep 2003

Church Anniversary 69th (1); 2003-09-28, Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church

Anniversary Papers

No abstract provided.


Church Anniversary 69th (2); 2003-09-28, Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church Sep 2003

Church Anniversary 69th (2); 2003-09-28, Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church

Anniversary Papers

No abstract provided.


The Architecture Student Culture: An Archaeology Of The Everyday Life In The Design Studio, Lobomir Popov Sep 2003

The Architecture Student Culture: An Archaeology Of The Everyday Life In The Design Studio, Lobomir Popov

Center for Architecture and Urban Planning Research Books

The study follows the interpretative principles of Symbolic Interactionism and utilizes the Grounded Theory methodology. The first goal is to better understand the culture of architecture students and, particularly, the fascinating everyday life in the design studio. The second goal is to better understand architecture students as users of school buildings. The third goal is to explore the opportunities offered by Grounded Theory for the study of user culture and needs in regard to facility programming.


Architecture At Work, Noel Brady Sep 2003

Architecture At Work, Noel Brady

Articles

Critical review of Office and Industrial Park Architecture and Urban Environment in Dublin.


Performance Review Of Indoor Noise Criteria, Lily M. Wang, Erica Eileen Bowden Sep 2003

Performance Review Of Indoor Noise Criteria, Lily M. Wang, Erica Eileen Bowden

Architectural Engineering -- Faculty Publications

Currently there are a number of indoor noise criteria used to quantify the level of background noise in rooms, including Noise Criteria (NC), Balanced Noise Criteria (NCB), Room Criteria (RC), Room Criteria Mark II (RC Mark II) and others. This paper reviews the pros and cons of each of these and then compares the values measured in existing classrooms in the Omaha area. The authors are in the process of subjectively comparing these various criteria to determine which method best correlates with human perception. The subjective testing methods and preliminary results are discussed.


The Architecture Of Control: Shaker Dwelling Houses And The Reform Movement In Early-Nineteenth-Century America, Julie Nicoletta Sep 2003

The Architecture Of Control: Shaker Dwelling Houses And The Reform Movement In Early-Nineteenth-Century America, Julie Nicoletta

SIAS Faculty Publications

By comparing the development of Shaker dwelling houses with the Quaker-led reform of prisons and insane asylums during the Second Great Awakening, this article places Shaker architecture into a larger context of reform in early-nineteenth-century America. In it, I demonstrate how and why the Shakers incorporated ideas from the outside world and applied them to their own buildings as a means to shape and control behavior. An examination of specific structures and contemporary discourses on reform architecture reveals similarities between Shaker buildings and those of mainstream society. In all its villages, the sect reproduced architectural forms largely developed by Shaker ...