Creating the Productive Workplace

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ABSIC research to be positively related to user comfort and health (Loftness et al., 1995). Thus, IW research will likely suggest new values for these metrics, as long as they can be user-controlled.

IW research will also challenge the relationship of higher first cost to owning cost by: establishing new building design criteria, documenting increased productivity of the structure itself; reducing energy costs; and raising the level of worker effectiveness (Napoli, 1998).


References

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Hartkopf, V. and V. Loftness (1996) 'Global relevance of total building performance. CIB-ASTM-ISO-RILEM 3rd International Symposium: Applications of the Performance Concept in Building, organised by National Building Research Institute, Tel-Aviv, December.
Hartkopf, V., V. Loftness, P. Drake, F. Dubin, P. Mill and G. Ziga (1993) Designing the Office of the Future: The Japanese Approach to Tomorrow's Workplace. New York: Wiley.
Hartkopf, V., V. Loftness and P. Mill (1986) The concept of total building performance and building diagnostics. ASTM Special Technical Publication, Building Performance: Function, Preservation, and Rehabilitation, STP 901, May, 5-22.

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Loftness, V., V. Hartkopf, A. Mahdavi, S. Lee, J. Shankavaram and K.J. Tu (1995) The Relationship of environmental quality in buildings to productivity, energy effectiveness, comfort, and health-how much proof do we need? International Facility Management Association (IFMA) World Workplace Conference, Miami Beach, FL, 17-20 September.

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Napoli, L. (1998) Where every worker is ruler of the thermostat. New York Times, 15 February.

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Wall Street Journal (1997) Lack of control over job is seen as heart risk, 25 July.

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