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Scenario Planning And Rapid Space Modelling (SPARSAM) All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved What is SPARSAM? An innovative tool to help Estates Directorates and Project Teams to: map academic planning scenarios against strategic estates options compare existing space allocations with modeled projections. incorporate real-world dynamics of space usage. calibrate for local standards, practices, behaviours and preferences. take strategic decisions about future space requirements and estates planning with confidence.
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved Benefits SPARSAM helps institutions: Rapidly test estate development options or refine an estate strategy Take the politics out of assessing future space requirements. Maximise value delivered from revenue and capital budgets Improve end user buy-in to any changes.
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved Why use SPARSAM? Easy to use modelling capability for any stage of strategy, policy or project development Works effectively with available data Makes negotiations and discussions with stakeholders more transparent Underpinned by both research and practical supporting resources (including proof of concept layouts) Provides access to a wealth of supporting experience and skills in strategic briefing
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved Simple Navigation All views accessed off main dashboard Import data from existing systems Works transparently within Excel Switch quickly between views for: defining strategic scenarios, setting space standards testing estates options
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved Classify & Summarise Imported Space Data SPARSAM uses a common classification scheme to relate existing space allocations to modelled projections
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved Input Scenario Data & Projections SPARSAM readily facilitates the development of multiple planning scenarios Define scenarios using student and staff numbers Upload data quickly and easily Switch instantly between detailed model projections for each scenario
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved Calibration Set and Customise Modelling Parameters Set parameters to reflect current and future policies Set factors at corporate or faculty level Choose specific settings for teaching, research and income generation
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved Compare Scenarios View Scenario Projections against Actual Allocations
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved Examine Space Issues at Faculty Level Relate physical capacity directly to teaching and research activity levels Develop KPIs which are meaningful to academic departments.
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved Set up Strategic Estate Options Rapidly assess the need for new builds and impact of disposals on your space profile
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved Conceptual Model “ Begin with the end in mind ”
All material in this paper is copyright © CPB Projects Ltd. All rights reserved “Models are nothing, modelling is everything” Our philosophy is straightforward: Modelling is about better understanding the need for space and how it should be allocated Our models are designed for the unique circumstances of each of our clients Our models are tools rather than answers and as such they work best in the hands of a skilled modeller. For that reason we offer model design, research, data management and knowledge transfer services to accompany each build.
For more information Contact: Bryan Thomas, Managing Director CPB Projects Ltd T: M: W:www.cpbprojects.co.ukwww.cpbprojects.co.uk CPB Projects Ltd. Registered in England and Wales, Company Nr
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