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Covers the multidisciplinary topics of people, property and process management expertise which underpin successful organizational functions in the workplace. Monitors innovations in theory, tools, legislation, analysis techniques and applications of new ideas in the wide spectrum of facilities management. Publishes original and refereed material that contributes to the advancement of the research and practice. A CIB Encouraged Journal.
As economic and social factors play an increasingly important role in the way we use building space, it is essential that facilities managers are kept in touch with current thinking so that they can plan, develop and equip buildings to meet the needs of their users fully in the most cost-effective and environmentally responsible ways. This important journal offers serious discussion of key issues in facilities management to help managers, architects and other interested parties maximize building space resources.
Internationally distinguished contributors regularly address major topics of relevance to bring subscribers independent, expert and practical information. The consistently high calibre of the journal's contributors has added to its reputation, and it enjoys an influential role in the field. International journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment is a CIB Encouraged Journal.
The journal offers thorough, independent and expert papers to inform relevant audiences of thinking and practice in the field, including topics such as:
Facilities is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Property Management & Built Environment eJournals Collection. For more information, please email email@example.com or visit the Emerald Property Management & Built Environment eJournals Collection page.
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