Exploring the High Demands for Higher Education Facilities
Higher education clients have different requirements and expectations for the design process, and their portfolios include many types of highly specialized buildings. Keeping up with the latest trends and working within prescribed campus standards can be a challenge. And to maximize building performance, campus facilities workers need to learn how to manage complex systems post occupancy. In this article from Consulting Specifying Engineer, EYP engineer James Newman advises that "the best way to ensure the operational success of a building with high-performance design features is for the building facilities team to have a full understanding of their usage and maintenance."