Covers all aspects of planning, designing and leasing new or retrofitted office space. While the bulk of the material was written for this book, selected chapters have appeared before in other Wiley titles and are now updated to reflect specialized aspects of the subject. Topics include determining a client organization's space and cost requirements, deciding on a suitable building and space, the nitty-gritty of design, retrofitting for office automation, selecting a designer, and signing a contract. It makes generous use of tables, charts, spreadsheets, checklists, and design workgrids. Features a special lease negotiation list for tenants.can be utilized for transition boxes, to convert from conventional wiring in existing raceways to flat wires. ... cable should be tested before and after installation of the lines and before hookup of equipment, to ensure that the loop ... Owners should assume responsibility for maintaining building wiring diagrams and schedules.
|Title||:||Office Planning and Design Desk Reference|
|Author||:||James E. Rappoport, Robert F. Cushman, Karen Daroff|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1992|