ADOPTION OF BUILDING PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND VALUE MANAGEMENT TOOLS IN BUILDING FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

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The purpose of this paper is to establish the relationship/utility of building performance evaluation and value management to building facilities management. The full potentials of building performance evaluation and value management are under-utilised by building/facilities managers in many organisations/institutions involved in the procurement of building facilities. This has led to unapprised facilities management decisions in the wider organisational learning cycle. The objectives of the study were achieved through a review of current literature and associated web sources. This methodology was designed to identify and evaluate the utility of building performance evaluation and value management tools to improve building facilities management functions. The study suggests that the maximum effectiveness of building facilities management decisions can be realised if performance evaluation data/information are integrated into the value management studies. The study clarifies the links that exist and gaps that need to be addressed when taking a building facilities management decision and raised a number of methodological and performance evaluation issues that must be explored in further studies. The study provides a better understanding of the use of building performance evaluation and value management constructs/concepts in facilities management

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