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tim.tjhung
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CAFM Staffing Requirements

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06-06-2006 08:54 AM
I am looking for information regarding staffing levels to maintain a CAFM system. I work in health care and was wondering if there were any papers/data or published industry standards for staffing levels needed for CAFM (space management) in health care. We have over 3 million sqft and 1 CAD Tech. I am trying to justify a CAD Manager and more if needed.
*melanie stone
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Re: CAFM Staffing Requirements

06-06-2006 09:12 AM in reply to: tim.tjhung
check out the FM forum, this has been addressed...
http://discussion.autodesk.com/search.jspa?numResults=25&inputEntered=true&source=forumlist%7C35&q=staffing&objID=c35
~summary from 4th post in the search~
rule of thum is 1 cad/cafm person per 2mil sq ft AFTER the system is up and
running... (information is from cafm consultant Warren Bailey)

~says the sole full-time caddie at 6million sq ft~ good luck.
http://mistressofthedorkness.blogspot.com/

wrote in message news:5197182@discussion.autodesk.com...
I am looking for information regarding staffing levels to maintain a CAFM
system. I work in health care and was wondering if there were any
papers/data or published industry standards for staffing levels needed for
CAFM (space management) in health care. We have over 3 million sqft and 1
CAD Tech. I am trying to justify a CAD Manager and more if needed.
*melanie stone
Message 3 of 28 (263 Views)

Re: CAFM Staffing Requirements

06-06-2006 09:25 AM in reply to: tim.tjhung
sorry... I meant thumB, not thum...

that is all
carrion :smileywink:

"melanie stone" wrote in message
news:5197204@discussion.autodesk.com...

check out the FM forum, this has been addressed...
http://discussion.autodesk.com/search.jspa?numResults=25&inputEntered=true&source=forumlist%7C35&q=staffing&objID=c35
~summary from 4th post in the search~
rule of thum is 1 cad/cafm person per 2mil sq ft AFTER the system is up and
running... (information is from cafm consultant Warren Bailey)
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tim.tjhung
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎06-06-2006
Message 4 of 28 (263 Views)

Re: CAFM Staffing Requirements

06-06-2006 09:42 AM in reply to: tim.tjhung
I should also have mentioned that being health care we have a large churn rate and we are growing by 30% + in the next few years.
*melanie stone
Message 5 of 28 (263 Views)

Re: CAFM Staffing Requirements

06-06-2006 10:40 AM in reply to: tim.tjhung
same here, my friend, but, I have not heard anything claiming to be specific
to our discipline and field. sorry.

wrote in message news:5197271@discussion.autodesk.com...
I should also have mentioned that being health care we have a large churn
rate and we are growing by 30% + in the next few years.
*JMT-02
Message 6 of 28 (263 Views)

Re: CAFM Staffing Requirements

06-06-2006 11:53 AM in reply to: tim.tjhung
Isn't Melanie just the greatest? She always has a relevant and accurate
answer. I think she is way under appreciated. She is a very multi-faceted
and talented woman, and I adore her.

Jack Talsky


wrote in message news:5197182@discussion.autodesk.com...
I am looking for information regarding staffing levels to maintain a CAFM
system. I work in health care and was wondering if there were any
papers/data or published industry standards for staffing levels needed for
CAFM (space management) in health care. We have over 3 million sqft and 1
CAD Tech. I am trying to justify a CAD Manager and more if needed.
*Grizzly
Message 7 of 28 (263 Views)

Re: CAFM Staffing Requirements

06-06-2006 12:09 PM in reply to: tim.tjhung
JMT-02 wrote:
> Isn't Melanie just the greatest? She always has a relevant and accurate
> answer. I think she is way under appreciated. She is a very multi-faceted
> and talented woman, and I adore her.

Yeah, but did *you* try to buy her coffee this morning? :smileyhappy:
*Matt Dillon
Message 8 of 28 (263 Views)

Re: CAFM Staffing Requirements

06-06-2006 12:18 PM in reply to: tim.tjhung
Jack's black?

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Matt Dillon
Autodesk Architectural Desktop Certified Expert

View my ADT Blog "Breaking Down the Walls" at
http://www.modocrmadt.blogspot.com

"Grizzly" wrote in message
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JMT-02 wrote:
> Isn't Melanie just the greatest? She always has a relevant and accurate
> answer. I think she is way under appreciated. She is a very
> multi-faceted
> and talented woman, and I adore her.

Yeah, but did *you* try to buy her coffee this morning? :smileyhappy:
*Jamie Duncan
Message 9 of 28 (263 Views)

Re: CAFM Staffing Requirements

06-06-2006 12:20 PM in reply to: tim.tjhung
what lovely sentiments Jack. surely you a bring a level of eloquent
erudition that exceeds all expectations, and although some rebellious
disidents might bemoan your writing style as simply an attempt at
obfuscation through sesquipedalean bloviation, rest assured that rest of us
deem your literary efforts as a mark of excellence within the field of
airport architectural scribblings.....

--
Princess Jamie


"JMT-02" wrote in message
news:5197461@discussion.autodesk.com...
Isn't Melanie just the greatest? She always has a relevant and accurate
answer. I think she is way under appreciated. She is a very multi-faceted
and talented woman, and I adore her.

Jack Talsky


wrote in message news:5197182@discussion.autodesk.com...
I am looking for information regarding staffing levels to maintain a CAFM
system. I work in health care and was wondering if there were any
papers/data or published industry standards for staffing levels needed for
CAFM (space management) in health care. We have over 3 million sqft and 1
CAD Tech. I am trying to justify a CAD Manager and more if needed.
*Ed Jobe
Message 10 of 28 (263 Views)

Re: CAFM Staffing Requirements

06-06-2006 12:24 PM in reply to: tim.tjhung
You'll have to stand in line behind Mike. ;-)

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