FACILITY MANAGEMENT

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FACILITYMANAGEMENT

Facilitymanagement is an interdisciplinary field which deals withcoordination of space, people, organization and infrastructure in theadministration of arenas and convention centers. Facility managementis genuinely meant for continuously inventing and developing waysthat will lead to cost reduction and consequently adding value to themain business of the public or private sector. ‘Therefore the coreduties of implementers of facility management are to evaluate andcritically analyze all the possible ways in which a particularfacility operation in order to minimize cost and maximize on theoutput of the project in question’ (David, Kathy&ampRichard,2010).For example through the application of the law of diminishing returnwhich asserts that there is a decrease in the marginal increase inoutput of a production process as the amount of a single productionfactor is constantly increased while the amounts of other factors ofproduction are kept constant.

Moreoverwith the analysis done with reference to the above minimizingprotocol, facility managers’ work in making and adjusting thebudget for a particular project is reduced since all the alternativeways have been explored and they have finally found the most costeffective method of carrying out the project thus getting theirfinancial projection easily.

Takingfor example facility engineers are charged with the responsibility ofengineering, maintenance, environmental health, energy controls andsafety. Despite the fact that they have been are meant to performthese multidisciplinary demands which provide special condition in abroad class of indoor environments, they also have a task to identifyand control the risk of polluting and damaging the surrounding. Sincethe environment has been destroyed by various

humanactivities thus control measures have to be put in place to avoidmore damage.

References

DavidCotts, Kathy Roper Richard Payant.(2010), The Facility Managent HandBook- Organizingthe Department.New York:AMACOM

FACILITY MANAGEMENT

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FACILITYMANAGEMENT

Facilitymanagement is an interdisciplinary field which deals withcoordination of space, people, organization and infrastructure in theadministration of arenas and convention centers. Facility managementis genuinely meant for continuously inventing and developing waysthat will lead to cost reduction and consequently adding value to themain business of the public or private sector. ‘Therefore the coreduties of implementers of facility management are to evaluate andcritically analyze all the possible ways in which a particularfacility operation in order to minimize cost and maximize on theoutput of the project in question’ (David, Kathy&ampRichard,2010).For example through the application of the law of diminishing returnwhich asserts that there is a decrease in the marginal increase inoutput of a production process as the amount of a single productionfactor is constantly increased while the amounts of other factors ofproduction are kept constant.

Moreoverwith the analysis done with reference to the above minimizingprotocol, facility managers’ work in making and adjusting thebudget for a particular project is reduced since all the alternativeways have been explored and they have finally found the most costeffective method of carrying out the project thus getting theirfinancial projection easily.

Takingfor example facility engineers are charged with the responsibility ofengineering, maintenance, environmental health, energy controls andsafety. Despite the fact that they have been are meant to performthese multidisciplinary demands which provide special condition in abroad class of indoor environments, they also have a task to identifyand control the risk of polluting and damaging the surrounding. Sincethe environment has been destroyed by various

humanactivities thus control measures have to be put in place to avoidmore damage.

References

DavidCotts, Kathy Roper Richard Payant.(2010), The Facility Managent HandBook- Organizingthe Department.New York:AMACOM

FACILITY MANAGEMENT

Running header: 1

FACILITYMANAGEMENT

Facilitymanagement is an interdisciplinary field which deals withcoordination of space, people, organization and infrastructure in theadministration of arenas and convention centers. Facility managementis genuinely meant for continuously inventing and developing waysthat will lead to cost reduction and consequently adding value to themain business of the public or private sector. ‘Therefore the coreduties of implementers of facility management are to evaluate andcritically analyze all the possible ways in which a particularfacility operation in order to minimize cost and maximize on theoutput of the project in question’ (David, Kathy&ampRichard,2010).For example through the application of the law of diminishing returnwhich asserts that there is a decrease in the marginal increase inoutput of a production process as the amount of a single productionfactor is constantly increased while the amounts of other factors ofproduction are kept constant.

Moreoverwith the analysis done with reference to the above minimizingprotocol, facility managers’ work in making and adjusting thebudget for a particular project is reduced since all the alternativeways have been explored and they have finally found the most costeffective method of carrying out the project thus getting theirfinancial projection easily.

Takingfor example facility engineers are charged with the responsibility ofengineering, maintenance, environmental health, energy controls andsafety. Despite the fact that they have been are meant to performthese multidisciplinary demands which provide special condition in abroad class of indoor environments, they also have a task to identifyand control the risk of polluting and damaging the surrounding. Sincethe environment has been destroyed by various

humanactivities thus control measures have to be put in place to avoidmore damage.

References

DavidCotts, Kathy Roper Richard Payant.(2010), The Facility Managent HandBook- Organizingthe Department.New York:AMACOM