By Robert S. Curl
Addresses the entire key components contributing to potent administration of creating operational functionality. comprises occupant convenience and compliant solution, ailing construction syndrome prevention and remediation, utilizing shrewdpermanent development layout to facilitate optimal operational functionality, and twist of fate prevention and defense. DLC: development administration.
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ISBN 0-88173-290-7 1. Building management. I. Title. 2 dc2198-38503 CIP Building owner's and manager's guide: optimizing facility performance/by Robert S. Curl. © 1999 by The Fairmont Press, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. Published by The Fairmont Press, Inc.
Tokyo Simon & Schuster Asia Pte. ; Refrigerated Warehouse; Refrigerated Display Cases; Air Door; Show Windows; Attic Ducts; Building Insulation; Industrial Exhaust; Coil Cleaning; Pump Operation; Industrial Cooling; Medium Pressure Air System; Test and Balance; Instruction Time; Installation Checkup; Elevator Lobby Chapter 17 Controls 115 Thermostat Location; Remote Control; Night Shutdown; Thermostat Limits; Computer Management Specifications; Page x Understandable Screen; Sensor Location; Unoccupied Space Control; Maintenance Information; Cabinet Unit Control; Return Air Fans; Time Clocks; Step Start-up; Kitchen Hood Operation; Portable Thermometer; Burner Oil Supply; Security Alarms Chapter 18 Air Pollution 127 Employee Sickness; Air Distribution; VAV Operation; Comfort Level; Space Air Pressure; Odors; Garage Fumes; Laundry Emission; Kitchen Emission; Highway Emission; Hospital Heat Recovery; Noise Pollution; Electronic Filters; Drain Pan Pollution; Ceiling Air Outlet Aspiration; Air Intake Location; Industrial Dust; Off-Gases; Supply Air Temperatures; Hot Water Heating; Office Machines; Incinerator; Heater Venting; Building Remodeling Chapter 19 Corrosion 133 Cooling Tower; Dishwasher; Radiant Heating; Electrolysis; Underground Piping; Water Treatment Chapter 20 Court Cases 135 Expert Witness; Radiant Heating; Accidental Electrocution; Kitchen Exhaust; Arson; Statute of limitations Chapter 21 Architectural Provisions for HVAC 139 Boiler Rooms; Rooftop Enclosures; Roof Color; Roof Walkways; Signs; Pipe Color; Electric Wiring; Grounding; Access to Air Conditioning Units; Equipment Room Construction; Vapor Seals; Security; Energy Management; Outside Air Intake Location; Toilet Room Doors; Window Shades Chapter 22 Preventing Serious Accidents 141 Hospital; Industrial Plant; Bank; Country Club; Office Building; Paper Mill; Warehouse; Space Heater; Refrigeration Service; Apartment House; Electrocution; Electrical Substation Page xi Chapter 23 Operation of Auxiliary Equipment 147 Water Pumps; Fire Protection; Garages; Parking Lot Lighting; Ground Areas; Fountains; Golf Course Watering; Golf Cart Charging; Thermal Storage; Waterfalls; Waste Heat Chapter 24 Actual Equipment Installations 151 Cooling Tower Core; Thermostats in Equipment Room; Remote Thermostat Control; Air Cooled Condenser Outside Air Intake; Baseboard Radiation; Indoor Swimming Pool Air Supply; Air Conditioning Units on Sloping Roof; Multiple Ducts in Joist Space; Mist Discharge from Cooling Tower; Inline Water Meter; Diesel Oil Strainer; Multiple Grounding Connection Chapter 25 Summary 159 Index 161 Page xiii Introduction The three most important factors to provide for building occupants is comfort, health, and operating costs.
If you own and operate a building, regardless of its age, many of the items discussed under Original Design may provide for modifications at minimum cost to improve both health conditions and the cost of operation. Although a lot of the information may indicate problems during the cooling cycle of air conditioning and especially in high-humidity areas, the author has had 40 years' experience designing systems in cold areas with temperatures as low as 100° below zero. Page 3 In one building we designed in an area which experienced 30° below zero temperature and 50 mph wind, we discovered that there was sufficient outside air pressure to blow snow through the keyhole into the living room.