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05 February 2009

PFM magazine has launched an exclusive portfolio of significant FM books and CD's. All are available at special introductory prices, including Derek Paxman's highly rated book "Facilities Management in Practice"


This is FM at the coal-face from the perspective of someone who has "been there and done it" successfully in a career spanning 27 years. It is written to help FM people on both sides of the commercial frnce to gain a better understanding of the issues to be addressed and the tried and tested routes to successful delivery of solutions. "a brave publication and one which is desperately needed by new and experienced FM's alike"
Marilyn Standley

Hardback Book (250 pages) - £69.50 ( + £15 p&p)
CD-ROM Read only - £29.50, Printable £49.50 ( + £3 p & p)

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The most comprehensive work ever written on this critically important subject is now available in CD-ROM. The 850 pages of essential information, graphs and hard data in the original book on the Cost, Values and Management on every aspect of providing and using building and support services are now instsntly accessible via the index;and all the diagrams now come to the screen in full colour.Separate versions are available for Europe, Australia and USA, in addition to the UK.

Special Introductory Price
CD-ROM Read only £29.50 or £39.50 Printable (+ £3 p&p + VAT)

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FACILITIES COST MONITOR by Bernard Williams with FSI (FM Solutions) Ltd
Facilities Cost Monitor is an intelligent support system for monitoring, planning and ciontrolling the cost involved in the provision of facilities services in a wide range of site-specific scenarios.Created by BWA in a JV with FSI (FM Solutions) Ltd, Facilities Cost Monitor draws on over 2 million data entries, records and experience of over 30 years of benchmarking consultancy. Facilities Cost Monitor has modules for Cleaning, Maintenance, Security, Distribution, Energy, Reprographics, Stationery and Archiving. It is already being used by major commercial corporations and Central and Local Governament bodies.

Licence fees for one year’s fully supported and regularly updated software start from £350 (+ VAT) per cost centre – according to size of buildings and number of operating seats.

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TOWN PLANNING AT YOUR FINGERTIPS by Professor Barry Reading and Geoffrey Parsons This unique analysis of planning procedures and practice offers experts and beginners alike a quick and very helpful route through the maze enveloping the property world resulting from the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and its aftermath. Only available in
CD-ROM format, all mthe information is instantly accessible and searchable at a click of a mouse on the comprehensive index of sections and sub-headings and URL links.

Special Introductory Price CD=ROM Read only £29.50 or printable £69.50 (+£3 p&p +VAT)

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