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Better Ways to Work

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Type Of Work


  • Website / Blog

Abstract


  • In 2020, University of Wollongong were contracted by the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER) to design and undertake a national survey of facilities managers and contractors who are responsible for the management, repair and maintenance of commercial office buildings.

    The survey aimed to capture the experiences of those working on the ground and in the plantroom, to better understand how commercial office buildings are managed and maintained in Australia.

    This segment of the commercial buildings sector is notoriously complex. Large-scale data on how ‘mid-tier’ commercial office buildings are managed and maintained has been limited to date. The survey is a first step in filling this gap. It will enable policymakers and the industry to understand the issues the sector faces, and formulate a range of geographically-contextual policy responses to deliver a more robust and resilient commercial building stock.

Publication Date


  • 2021

Citation


  • Daly, M., Carr, C., Stanes, E., Daly, D., & McGuirk, P. (2021). Better Ways to Work. Retrieved from https://betterwaystowork.com.au/

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Type Of Work


  • Website / Blog

Abstract


  • In 2020, University of Wollongong were contracted by the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER) to design and undertake a national survey of facilities managers and contractors who are responsible for the management, repair and maintenance of commercial office buildings.

    The survey aimed to capture the experiences of those working on the ground and in the plantroom, to better understand how commercial office buildings are managed and maintained in Australia.

    This segment of the commercial buildings sector is notoriously complex. Large-scale data on how ‘mid-tier’ commercial office buildings are managed and maintained has been limited to date. The survey is a first step in filling this gap. It will enable policymakers and the industry to understand the issues the sector faces, and formulate a range of geographically-contextual policy responses to deliver a more robust and resilient commercial building stock.

Publication Date


  • 2021

Citation


  • Daly, M., Carr, C., Stanes, E., Daly, D., & McGuirk, P. (2021). Better Ways to Work. Retrieved from https://betterwaystowork.com.au/

Web Of Science Accession Number