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Paper w78-1993-6:
Post occupancy evaluation planning and implementation

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Earl G

Post occupancy evaluation planning and implementation

Abstract: The demands of property clients are becoming focused on the needs for post occupancy satisfaction - short, medium and long term. These client demands need to be planned and succesfully implemented into the pruperty development life cycle as a normal course of adon rather than pressure point reaction. Property development professionals need to undertake systematic post occupancy evaluations on a wide rage of projects and track the expectations of clients and users alike. These expectations and past failures to the expectations need exposure to allow rectification in future projects. In order to track the post occupancy evaluations and the consequences it is necessary to develop an integrated international data base which provides anticipated results short and long term for implementation on future projects. This paper outlines the proposals for a global post occupancy evaluation computer model and the anticipated outcomes and benefits.



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Class: class.social (0.021427) class.roadmaps (0.014144) class.impact (0.013163)
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Permission to reproduce these papers has been graciously provided by the National University of Singapore. The assistance of the editors, particularly Prof. Martin Betts, is gratefully appreciated.


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