Managing by Databaseby Rita Robison, Assoc. Ed.;
Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1984, Vol. 54, Issue 10, Pg. 63-66
Document Type: Feature article
Many computer programs are available for managing the operations and maintenance aspects of a facility. To date, most computer programs for managing a facility have been generated by mechanical and electrical engineers, and by front office fiscal experts. The advent of CADD now permits civil/structural engineers to create more comprehensive databases that will be used in facilities management. Case histories of current applications and predictions about evolution of a single database covering the entire life cycle of a building are included.
Subject Headings: Databases | Case studies | Life cycles | Computer aided design | Permits | Commercial buildings | Maintenance
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