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Annual CREMRU-JCI survey of corporate real estate practices in Europe and North America: 1993-2002

Bon, R., Gibson, V. and Luck, R. (2003) Annual CREMRU-JCI survey of corporate real estate practices in Europe and North America: 1993-2002. Facilities, 21 (7/8). pp. 151-167. ISSN 0263-2772

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The annual survey of corporate real estate practices has been conducted by CREMRU since 1993 and in collaboration with Johnsons Controls Inc. since 1997. This year the survey forms the first stage of a broader research project: International Survey of Corporate Real Estate Practices: longitudinal study 1993-2002, being undertaken for the Innovative Construction Research Centre at the University of Reading, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. The survey has been endorsed by CoreNet, the leading professional association concerned with corporate real estate, which opened it to a wider audience. This summary of the ten annual surveys focuses on the incidence of corporate real estate management (CREM) policies, functions and activities, as well as the assessment of knowledge or skills relevant to the CREM function in the future. Both are of vital interest to educational institutions concerned with this field, as well as the personnel and training functions within organisations concerned with better management of their property.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Science > School of the Built Environment
ID Code:11784
Uncontrolled Keywords:Assets management, Buildings, Corporate strategy, Europe, North America, Real estate

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