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Identification of Building and Locational Characteristics’ Ranking for Purpose-built Offices in Malaysia: A Delphi Methodology

Mohd Safian, Edie Ezwan and Nawawi, Abdul Hadi and Atan Sipan, Ibrahim (2013): Identification of Building and Locational Characteristics’ Ranking for Purpose-built Offices in Malaysia: A Delphi Methodology.

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Abstract

Building and locational characteristics of purpose-built office (PBO) can be found in any office building assessment. These characteristics consist of physical and non-physical elements depending on types of building assessment. Identifying the attributes or characteristics of PBO is fundamental in developing tools to evaluate the quality level of PBOs in any building assessment. In Malaysia, there are many building assessments unveiled by government and private sectors. However, the structured framework for both building and locational characteristics of PBO is still unclear. This paper is propose to identify the building and locational characteristics of PBO in a comprehensive manner and rank these characteristics by applying the Delphi method. The application of this method provides insights into aspects of this method in the context of property research.

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