Building Management in Central Canada

  • Published: August 2006
  • Format: Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 158
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781412078207

Have you ever searched for a book about a topic only to discover, one, must take a course or courses in order to obtain the information pertaining to this subject? I have been to many bookstores seeking information regarding building management without much success.

Often, fellow tradesmen have asked me what does a working building manager do through out his/her day? What is involved in the daily operations of a building? How much does it cost to operate, how is it heated, what type of lighting do you use? What is the square footage how does one heat, air-condition and humidify a large building complex? The questions are endless, but the one question they always ask, is building management for me? Only the individual can answer that question.

Many tradespeople have the knowledge and back ground to address many concerns regarding building maintenance, but they must also be willing and able to work with continuous requests and complaints from the tenants and or occupants on a daily bases. For the majority of one's day, managers are putting out minor fires, although there are times especially during emergencies when one must be able to keep it all together when everyone else is in panic mode. Knowing what to do is crucial to oneÕs ability to manage effectively.

The average person does not know what goes on behind the scenes, therefore they are not aware of what it takes to maintain a building competently. This book will assist those who want to know.

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