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Proceedings of working papers from the ARCOM and BEAM Centre Early Career Researcher and Doctoral Workshop on Building Asset Management

  title={Proceedings of working papers from the ARCOM and BEAM Centre Early Career Researcher and Doctoral Workshop on Building Asset Management},
  • Published 2017
This paper presents a set of six principles of facilities management (FM) with supporting discussion through selected case studies to justify these principles, which were put forward through a rigorous quantitative analysis through a TRIZ process underpinned by extensive literature review into industry standards, professional guidance and best practice relating to FM. The six principles covers three essential technical domains including Clients and Professionals, Service Products, and Service… Expand

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