Опубликовано на портале: 09-01-2003Mekdam A. Nima, M. Razali Abdul-Kadir Facilities. 1999. Vol. 17. No. 11. P. 423 - 430.
The engineer's personnel play a prominent role in enhancing the constructability of facilities design, construction and assessment. This paper is based on the constructability concepts identified by the Construction Industry Institute (CII) at Austin, Texas and represents and describes the constructability concepts in relation to the engineer's personnel. It discusses the role of each of them in enhancing constructability of facilities projects. A set of obligations has been concluded as an answer to the question of "How can the engineer's personnel enhance the project constructability?".
Work area recovery planning: the key to corporate survival (Планирование восстановления рабочей зоны: ключ к выживанию корпорации) [статья]
Опубликовано на портале: 09-01-2003Keith Tilley Facilities. 1995. Vol. 13. No. 9. P. 49 - 53.
Describes the need for business continuity planning and explains the strategic importance of protecting critical business functions from disruption. Outlines the evolution of the disaster recovery industry, from simple provision of alternative mainframe computers to relocation of key personnel with restoration of sophisticated data/voice networks. Explains the essential phases of continuity plan creation and maintenance. Defines work area recovery planning and describes a model solution. Substantiates the work area thesis with an overview of the contingency arrangements of a key international division of a major bank. Includes findings of and conclusions from an independently conducted survey of over 100 UK organizations interviewed on their current business continuity arrangements.