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Planning and managing school facilities

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StatementTheodore J. Kowalski.
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LC ClassificationsLB3218.A1 K638 1989
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Paginationx, 215 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2196441M
ISBN 100275932796
LC Control Number89016078
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This book provides a knowledge base for administrators to plan and manage construction projects, and addresses specific planning tasks including public opinion polling, enrollment projections, financial planning, selecting architects and other professionals, and managing facilities once they are.

Nearly half of the nation's school buildings need to be renovated or replaced. This book provides a knowledge base for administrators to plan and manage construction projects, and addresses specific planning tasks including public opinion polling, enrollment projections, financial planning, selecting architects and other professionals, and managing facilities once they are operational.

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