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Monitoring and Evaluation of Physical Facilities of the Bulacan State University: Basis for the Development of Facility Management Policy Guide

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ABSTRACT

The objective of this study is to analyze the extent of monitoring and evaluation of the physical facilities of Bulacan State University as basis for the development of a facility management policy guide. The respondents of the study were members of the administrative and academic council and all of the support staff in the university. Findings revealed that the administrators assessed that the physical facilities, Buildings, Classrooms, Library, Laboratory, Assembly and Athletic Facilities, Medical/Dental Clinic and Student Center are “Monitored to Moderate Extent”. However, the same group of respondents assessed that the physical facilities inside the Offices, Staff and Function rooms and Food Services/Canteen are “Monitored to a Great Extent”. Likewise, the faculty-respondents assessed that the physical facilities in the 10 areas of concern is “Monitored to a Moderate Extent”. On the contrary, the support staff-respondents assessed that the physical facilities in the ten areas of concern are “Monitored to a Great Extent”. In sum, the study found that there are significant differences among the perceptions of the administrators, faculty members and support staff on the extent of monitoring and evaluation of physical facilities of the Bulacan State University. Based on these assessments, a facility management policy guide was proposed to help employees of the Bulacan State University to have a better understanding of the aims and goals of facility management. It is intended to answer questions which pertain to the rules and regulations that govern the operation and maintenance of each section and shop.

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Panotes, R. (2015) Monitoring and Evaluation of Physical Facilities of the Bulacan State University: Basis for the Development of Facility Management Policy Guide. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-9. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1101584.

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