Planning and Managing Interior Projects, 2nd Edition
Planning & Managing Interior Projects guides facility managers, architects, and interior designers through every step in relocating to a new space or renovating an old one. In depth coverage addresses space requirements, selecting the right site, alternative work models (e.g., telecommuting, hoteling), document management, telecommunications and data issues, working with consultants, and environmental considerations.
Part 1: Project Planning & Site Selection.
Chapter 1: Strategic Planning.
Chapter 2: Forming the Project Team.
Chapter 3: Project Phases & Organization.
Chapter 4: Survey of Client Requirements.
Chapter 5: Locating the Site.
Part 2: Design Development.
Chapter 6: Space Planning, Layout & Design Development.
Chapter 7: Telecommunications & Data Cabling.
Chapter 8: Records Management.
Chapter 9: Data Center, Personal Computers & Office Equipment.
Chapter 10: Reuse of Existing Furniture.
Chapter 11: Security/Fire Safety.
Chapter 12: Environmental Considerations.
Part 3: Project Documents.
Chapter 13: Preparing & Monitoring the Budget.
Chapter 14: Construction Documents.
Chapter 15: Specifications & Coding for Furniture.
Chapter 16: Specifications & Coding for Finishes & Furnishings.
Chapter 17: Bidding & Purchasing: Construction, Furniture & Furnishings.
Part 4: Construction.
Chapter 18: Project Management & Documentation.
Chapter 19: Construction Management.
Part 5: Interior Features & Installation.
Chapter 20: Signage.
Chapter 21: Artwork/Graphics.
Chapter 22: Plants & Water.
Chapter 23: Interiors Installation.
Part 6: Relocation.
Chapter 24: Moving Into the New Space.
Chapter 25: Post-Move Administrative Duties.
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