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APPENDIX F ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Biedenweg, Frederick by, and Robert E. Hutson. 1981. Before the Roof Caves In: A Predictive Model for Physical Plant Renewal. In Management System for Higher Education Planning and Budgeting. Denver, CO: National Center for Higher Education. The authors present a quantitative method, developed for the facilities at Stanford University, that addresses short- and long-term needs of the physical plant in a programmatic manner and that allows an administration to assess a maintenance program in conjunction with other programs (e.g., academic, construction) for funding resources. Building Owners' and Managers' Association International. 1988. 1988 BOMA Experience Exchange Report. Washington, DC: BOMA International. Provides tables of operating income and expenses for office buildings in North America based on a survey of 4,000 office buildings. Maintenance and repair expenses are tabulated for government buildings on a dollar/square foot basis. Building Research Board. 1985. Building Diagnostics: A Con- ceptual Framework. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. This report, prepared by a committee of the National Re- search Council, describes the concept of building diagnostics, its evolutionary development, its status, and its future potential. 49

Dluhosch, Eric, Ranko Bon, anti Peter Veale. 1988. Evaluation of the Preventive Maintenance Pilot Project and Considera- tions for the Development of a State-wide Preventive Main- tenance Program. Report submitted to Massachusetts Divi- sion of Capital Planning and Operations. A consultant's report on the test-bed preventive maintenance program in Massachusetts. DSA. 1988. Facility Condition Evaluation and Maintenance Planning Program: State of North Carolina. Phase I report. Raleigh, NC: DSA Group of N.C., Inc. This report describes methodologies used for facilities con- dition assessment, evaluates the needs for North Carolina state buildings, and presents recommendations. Federal Construction Council. 1988. Budgeting for Main- tenance and Repair of Facilities. Technical Report No. SS. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. This report presents a summary of a symposium on devel- oping and justifying budgets in federal agencies for maintenance and repair of facilities. Hanscomb Consultants, Inc. 1985. City of Scarborough: Building Cyclical Renewal Cost Study. Toronto, Canada: Hanscomb Consultants, Inc. This study was meant to assist the City of Scarborough, Ontario, to develop a system for identifying building components replacement schedules and costs. International Facility Management Association (IFMA). 1987. IFMA Facilities Benchmarks 1987. Houston, TX: IFMA. This report presents information to permit comparison of facility operating expenses by groups of industries or institutions, rather than by buildings in specific locations. Jortberg, Robert F. 1978. Maintenance Management, Winning the Resources Game. Paper presented at a symposium of the American Public Works Association on October IS, 1978. This paper describes maintenance management activities of the U.S. Navy in the 1970s when the author was Rear Admiral in the Civil Engineer Corps. 50

Kaiser, Harvey H. 1979. Mortgaging the Future: The Cost of Deferring Maintenance. Washington, DC: Association of Physical Plant Administrators. An early presentation on the erosion and decay of the nations educational facilities. Llekush, Matt C. 1988. Facilities Maintenance Management. Physical Plant Department, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. This paper presents a cost of ownership concept for match- ing resources to requirements for facilities at the University of North Carolina. Mathey, Robert G., and James R. Clifton. 1988. Review of Non- destructive Evaluation Methods Applicable to Construction Materials and Structures. NBS Technical Note 1247. Gaithersburg, MD: National Bureau of Standards. This report describes nondestructive evaluation (NDE) methods for evaluating in situ construction materials and for condition assessment of building components and systems. McManamy, Rob, and Tim Grogan. 1988. Study Links Producti- vity Sag to Neglect of Infrastructure. EAR (September 1, 1 988): 6-7. This article describes a Federal Reserve Board study that shows a correlation between the level of "total factor productivity" and the level of nonmilitary public infra- structure spending. Mill, Peter A. D., Vivian Lof tness, and Volker Hartkopf. Evaluating the Quality of the Workplace. In The Ergonomics Payoff: Designing the Electronic Office. Rani Lueder (ed.~. Toronto, Canada: Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada, Limitede This chapter explains the importance of quality evaluation and how to undertake workplace evaluations. It includes handy illustrated checklists for evaluating environmental workplace quality. MIT Laboratory of Architecture and Planning. 1988. Sym- posium Summary: Real Property Portfolio Management. May 11, 198S, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 51

This paper presents a summary of this symposium that addressed strategies for the effective management of large portfolios of buildings and land. National Council on Public Works Improvement (NCPWI). 1988. Fragile Foundations: Report on America's Public Works. Washington, DC: NCPWI. A presidential commission report that details the status and prospects of the nation's decaying infrastructure. Sherman, Douglas R., and William A. Dergis. 1981. Funding Model for Building Renewal. In Business Officer (February): 18-21. This article presents a formula for funding estimation for building renewal that was developed and used at the Uni- versity of Michigan. Spedding, Alan. 1984. Management of Building Assets. Charter- ed Quantity Surveyor (June): 42-43. This short article describes a British study of school build- ings that identified building elements subject to periodic renewal and that related their maintenance to total costs of maintaining schools. Stewart, G. Kent, and David S. Honeyman. 1988. The Fiscal Sup- port of School Facilities in Rural and Small Schools. Journal of Education Finance. 13: 317-323. This study was undertaken to evaluate a given model used to estimate the condition of rural and small district school facilities. U.S. Department of Defense. 1989. Renewing the Built Environ- ment: Real Property Maintenance Activities. Department of Defense Report to Congress, March 16. This study, undertaken by the Office of Facilities Re- quirements and Resources of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Production and Logistics, is a complete review of DOD's Real Property Maintenance Act- ivity (RPMA) program. 52

U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO). 1984. National Park Service Needs a Maintenance Management System. GAO/RCED-84-107. Washington, DC: GAO. In this report GAO (an arm of the U.S. Congress) recommends that the National Park Service put into place a maintenance management system for its extensive assets--roads, bridges, parks, and buildings. U.S. General Services Administration. 1987. Summary Report of Real Property Owned by the United States Throughout the World as of September 30, 1986. This annual report is an inventory of U.S. real property, including buildings, throughout the world. 53

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