Items where SHU Author is "Pinder, James"
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SUCKLEY, Louise, KELLY, Shona, LEGGE, David and PINDER, James (2014). Connecting workspace and health : a case study. In: Imagine Research Cafe, Sheffield Hallam University, February 2014. (Unpublished)
O'FLAHERTY, Fin, PINDER, James and JACKSON, Craig (2012). Determination of payback periods for photovoltaic systems in domestic properties. In: Retrofit 2012, Salford, UK, 24-26 January 2012.
O'FLAHERTY, Fin, PINDER, James and JACKSON, Craig (2012). Evaluating the performance of domestic solar thermal systems. In: Retrofit 2012, Salford, UK, 24-26 January 2012.
MAY, D. and PINDER, J. (2008). The impact of facilities management on patient outcomes. Facilities, 26 (5/6), 213-228.
PRICE, Ilfryn, PINDER, James and WYTON, Paul (2010). Operationalizing lean health assets. Health environments research & design journal , 3 (2), 13-29.
JACKSON, C, O'FLAHERTY, Fin and PINDER, James (2009). Managing change in domestic renewable energy schemes. In: HOWLETT, Robert J., JAIN, Lakhmi C. and LEE, Shaun H., (eds.) Sustainability in Energy and Buildings. Springer, 175-186.
O'FLAHERTY, Fin, PINDER, James and JACKSON, C. (2009). The role of photovoltaics in reducing carbon emissions in domestic properties. In: HOWLETT, Robert J., JAIN, Lakhmi C. and LEE, Shaun H., (eds.) Sustainability in Energy and Buildings. Springer, 107-115.
PINDER, J. and PRICE, I. (2005). Application of data envelopment analysis to benchmark building outputs. Facilities, 23 (11/12), 473-486.
PINDER, J., SMITH, A., POTTINGER, G. and DIXON, T. (2004). Project management and the private finance initiative. Project Report. London, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
DIXON, T., JORDAN, A., MARSTON, A., PINDER, J. and POTTINGER, G. (2003). Lessons from UK PFI and real estate partnerships: drivers, barriers and critical success factors. Project Report. London, BRE.
PINDER, J., PRICE, I., WILKINSON, S. J. and DEMACK, S. (2003). A method for evaluating workplace utility. Property management, 21 (4), 218-229.