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Title: SPACE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT IN TERTIARY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
Authors: KUAN HAN YUE
Keywords: Building
Project and Facilities Management
Benny Raphael
2011/2012 PFM
Learning space
Space management
Space utilisation
PFM
Issue Date: 25-Jun-2012
Citation: KUAN HAN YUE (2012-06-25). SPACE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT IN TERTIARY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This dissertation involves the study of space planning and management of National University of Singapore (NUS) in the context of teaching and learning spaces. This diversified method to seek for knowledge has led to multiple approaches in the use of space. However, arbitrarily constructing new space is exorbitant. Therefore, a significant approach is for all Tertiary Educational Institutions (TEIs) to practise efficient use of space in order to cut down their capital cost. Therefore this study aim to look into how proper space planning and management can potentially improve the space utilisation rate of existing spaces and also accommodate the increase needs of new spaces. This study uses literature review to gain background knowledge on the concept of space planning and management in TEIs. Interviews and student survey are also adopted to collect data on students’ expectation on learning spaces and professional points of view about NUS space planning and management. Observations are made to evaluate the utilization rate of the existing spaces and identify any under-utilised existing space. Case study on Republic Polytechnic (RP) is adopted to review any good space planning and management practices which can be implemented in NUS. Lastly, conclusion is drawn based on the study of NUS space management concept.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/222993
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