Improving Building Performance Part IV: Indicative Post-Occupancy Evaluation Case Study

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In a world driven by consumer demand, continuous and systematic feedback and analysis of the performance of facilities is a necessity that yields multiple benefits. A post-occupancy evaluation (POE) is a process that provides this feedback and analysis to help identify problems and make improvements. This benefits the public’s health, safety, and welfare as architects continue to improve the buildings that they design. Presented here is a case study of a medical center POE conducted at the indicative level. This course is part of a six-part series that explores the growing use of post-occupancy evaluations and their long-term significance in the design process. Each section can be taken as an individual course.

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