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Office Building Design (1) IDF4101 Lecture 4 Dr. Ayman Al-Reweiny Eng.HadilHisham
Course Objectives • - The investigation of new techniques for solutions for shaping the public service space in order to achieve the ideal (maximum) service for the public and, meanwhile, in order not to contradict with the rest of other spaces. This should be accomplished in accordance with the spatial relay and the quality of the recipient of the service. • - The analysis of the quality of service spaces through designing a model that integrates the mutual relationships between the quality of space and its encompassing borders. • - The study of different approaches to interior design related to the treatment of administrative and public service spaces.
Course Description - The study of the basic concepts of interior design especially those related to administrative and public service spaces in the program of Interior Design.
Office space planning • Office layouts are arranged so that staff can work together in departmental and team groupings, providing the best opportunity for efficient work flow, communication and supervision. • Business needs • Office layout designs should provide an environment suitable for the business needs of the organisation. For example: call centres undertake their business ‘on screen’ and require small desk areas per staff member, minimum document storage, and may have limited requirements for photocopying facilities and printing. In contrast, companies handling paper based documentation will require larger desks for their staff, storage for records, archive facilities, photocopying and printing facilities close to hand
Office management • Office management is a profession involving office supervisory positions. • People that hold office management positions conduct special studies and based on the results of these special studies, they develop reports. Apart from developing reports, they also provide input to management on the development of policies and procedures. Office management may also provide paralegal support, and may draft correspondence for management, schedule appointments, etc.
Main functions • Budget development and implementation • Purchasing • Book Keeping • Human resources • Accounting • Printing • Records management • Forms management • Payroll • Facilities management • Space management • Risk management↔↔↔↔ • Grants administration • Affirmative action and equal employment opportunity • Information technology and telecommunications • Monitoring the management of health and safety in the company office • Assisting senior managers in identifying health and safety needs in their departments • Responsibility for the day to day running of the office • Liaising with senior managers to ensure that staff in the division have appropriate information technology equipment • Managing a range of budgets including accommodation, health & safety for company • Plan, consult and manage office moves for the division and other units within the department
Assignment • Interior Office Plan design scale 1:50 or 1:100