2003 | pages: 261 | ISBN: 1885432267 | PDF | 6,2 mb
School administrators are under pressure to keep their buildings in good working order, yet issues of funding, safety, and potential liability can make educational facility planning, maintenance and renovation seem a daunting task. School Maintenance and Renovation: Administrative Policies, Practices and Economics is a comprehensive guide to cost-effective policies and practices that will guide any administrator through the process with ease. From early planning through the selection of architects and contractors, funding and the use of temporary facilities, the authors outline all the major aspects of school maintenance and renovation, clearly and concisely, and with a focus on cost-effectiveness. Also included is information on legal and regulatory aspects, as well as the use of new technology.