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Every Third Building if Free: UBC Renew

From the initial conception, consensus building and stakeholder buy-in, especially with the academics, has been a priority for UBC Renew. A communications committee was created for this project to work with planners, implementers – including facility, operations management and the stakeholders – to ensure that there was (and is) a steady stream of two-way information … Continue reading "Every Third Building if Free: UBC Renew"

April 16, 2007

Improving Productivity and Controlling Costs through MRO Inventory Management

From the beginning of this project, the development and implementation teams included procurement and contracts expertise from the Materials Management department, maintenance and operations expertise from the Campus Infrastructure department, and process and program expertise from the University’s systems contracted MRO supplier. This cross-functional team ensured that all points of view were represented, allowing many … Continue reading "Improving Productivity and Controlling Costs through MRO Inventory Management"

April 16, 2006

Counseling Center System

The stakeholders in each department were involved from the inception. During the requirements documentation phase, input was received and a thorough analysis of the existing business practices was undertaken with the intent to streamline and consolidate these practices. Through an iterative design/development process the stakeholders altered any processes or components that were not meeting their … Continue reading "Counseling Center System"

April 16, 2005

Partnering to Project Success

“Partnering” as an approach to the design and construction of major capital projects, means steady involvement for the projects numerous Stakeholder Groups. The task of the Design Team is to translate the User requirements and aspirations into a building to support the intended functions. This cannot be accomplished without extensive involvement of Stakeholders. Indeed our … Continue reading "Partnering to Project Success"

April 16, 2005

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