Improving Building Performance Case Studies Part 2: New Mexico K‒12 Public School Districts

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Although cursory in nature, an indicative postoccupancy evaluation (POE) provides an indication of the major failures and successes in a building’s performance and points to issues that deserve further, more in-depth investigation. Through the use of a case study analysis, this course reviews the indicative POE process, evaluation criteria, and lessons learned in the use of an indicative POE. Also reviewed are the key strategies used to reveal the administrative and architectural changes necessary to improve an evolving system using an indicative POE. This course is the second of the four-part Improving Building Performance Case Studies series. Each section can be taken as an individual course. This course was last revised in 2021.

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