An essentially practical approach to building management. The information includes material on corporate planning, theory of communications, robotics, value engineering and data protection. It is geared to the syllabus of the Chartered Institute of BuildinThe architect usually begins by preparing a preliminary drawing schedule, often with the help of standard check lists, ... work load for his drawing office and allocate proper priorities as between different contracts or various construction stages.
|Title||:||Introduction to Building Management|
|Author||:||R. E. Calvert, D. C. H. Coles, G. J. Bailey|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 1995|