A variety of furniture can be found in K-12 schools. A typical inventory consists primarily of classroom furniture. Projects also
In the previous section, Part 2, costs and benefits were analyzed for the various options described in Part 1. In this section we take the analysis one step further by considering project risks and potential consequences.
As seen in Part 1, each of the disposition options has two or more associated costs. In this section, we look at two sample analyses calculated with industry standard costs and revenue. Project management costs are roughly equivalent for each option and will not be considered in this model.
The ongoing pandemic has disrupted supply chains and markets, causing dire shortages of some products and surpluses of others. If you are involved in furniture management, you may be facing the increasingly common dilemma of planning deployment and decommission when the future of your workspaces is uncertain.
Furniture decommission seems like a straightforward process until it’s time to decide what to do with the surplus furniture. Do you try to liquidate it? Donate it? Store it? Recycle or even throw it out? Each project is different and the answer depends on your circumstances.