Workspace Strategy - DESIGN+BUILD Workspace

The way people work is changing. Office space is changing too.

As we move forward and employees start returning to work, organizations are considering what options are available to create a more flexible work environment. Using what we have learned over the past year combined with purpose-built technologies, we have new feasible options to build a hybrid, more collaborative, and focus-driven workspace.

The DESIGN+BUILD workspace strategy package is designed to help medium-sized companies looking for data, insights, and a plan to help them make intelligent decisions as they consider their options in real estate and workspace.

DISCOVER. DESIGN. DELIVER

1

Gather company and department specific data to learn what your unique employee working, and productivity styles are.

  • What types of environments does your team need to be productive and engaged?
  • What is the work-from-home to office work ratios?
  • Projected growth by organization and department?
2

Analyze and review using predictive analytics to create roadmap, quantified workspace and business for moving forward.

  • What is the minimum amount of sqft we can have and still have everyone in the office when needed?
  • What type and how much of each environment does my team need?
  • What environments are needed to encourage specific behaviors.
3

Spatial comparisons, space planning and design complete with budget and timelines.

  • Potential real estate cost savings breakout
  • Align the physical space to drive your culture and company vision.
  • Construction / furniture cost breakouts (if any) and timing

THE FUTURE
IS FLEXIBLE

09 Shared office

Multi-person office, typically department or project-based teams that need to working together daily.

14 Kitchen & social hub

A open place where people can come together to build relationships, brainstorm, and connect. Cross department / team collaboration.

15 Game room

A place for a mental break from work, a physical space away from work to build team morale and hone in your company culture and build connections.

07 Conference/Collaboration hub

Standard closed 2-4 person meeting areas to work through projects or discussions.

06 Huddle areas

Small daily huddles and collaboration areas for departments and teams typically between 6-12 people.

05 Board room

Largest meeting area for large group meetings.

01 Reception

A physical representation of your brand and values communicates to both employees and clients the type of company they are working with.

02 Client immersion center

A place for face-to-face meetings with clients.  This space is used for showcasing products, along with virtual setup options for remote client meetings.

03 Training room

In-person training, on-boarding, client training areas with virtual attendees set up.

04 Situation Room

A place to hash things out, strategy, leadership, and collaboration. A strategic location for bringing minds together to discuss openly without distractions.

11 Private offices

Work zone for those who need their own space or have frequent meetings in their office.

13 Open work area

Open dealing for assigned desks for 'resident' employees, teams, and departments that need some collaboration.

12 Focus booths

Single person focus area or a place to take a virtual meeting without distracting others.

10 Phone booth

Single person focus area for heads-down work or a place to take a phone call outside others' earshot.

17 Hot-desking

Reservable desks for team members that work part-time remotely, typically reserved by days or hours.

08 Booths

A small 2-4 person, semi-enclosed space for quick meetings creates a purposeful, less - formal space for meetings. Optimal for connecting remote and in-person attendees.

16 Farm table

A long open table is typically used as a touch-down work area for remote teams between meetings.

  1. Reception
    • A physical representation of your brand and values communicates to both employees and clients the type of company they are working with.
  2. Client Immersion Center
    • A place for face-to-face meetings with clients.  This space is used for showcasing products, along with virtual setup options for remote client meetings.
  3. Training Room
    • In-person training, on-boarding, client training areas with virtual attendees set up.
  4. Situation Room
    • A place to hash things out, strategy, leadership, and collaboration. A strategic location for bringing minds together to discuss openly without distractions.
  5. Board Room
    • Largest meeting area for large group meetings.
  6. Huddle Areas
    • Small daily huddles and collaboration areas for departments and teams typically between 6-12 people.
  7. Conference/Collaboration Hub
    • Standard closed 2-4 person meeting areas to work through projects or discussions.
  8. Booths
    • A small 2-4 person, semi-enclosed space for quick meetings creates a purposeful, less – formal space for meetings. Optimal for connecting remote and in-person attendees.
  9. Shared Office
    • Multi-person office, typically department or project-based teams that need to working together daily.
  10. Phone Booth
    • Single person focus area for heads-down work or a place to take a phone call outside others’ earshot.
  11. Private Offices
    • Work zone for those who need their own space or have frequent meetings in their office.
  12. Focus Booths
    • Single person focus area or a place to take a virtual meeting without distracting others.
  13. Open Work Area
    • Open dealing for assigned desks for “resident” employees, teams, and departments that need some collaboration.
  14. Kitchen & Social Hub
    • A open place where people can come together to build relationships, brainstorm, and connect. Cross department / team collaboration.
  15. Game Room
    • A place for a mental break from work, a physical space away from work to build team morale and hone in your company culture and build connections.
  16. Farm Table
    • A long open table is typically used as a touch-down work area for remote teams between meetings.
  17. Hot-Desking
    • Reservable desks for team members that work part-time remotely, typically reserved by days or hours.

FAQ

Other workplace strategy offerings focus strictly on collecting the data and presenting it. Our goal is to help you make an intelligent business case complete with data, real improvement costs, and timelines before taking the first step in a real estate decision.

Workplace strategy looks over your companies and employees' work patterns, styles, and needs. It analyzes that data to find the most cost-effective and efficient workspace environment for your team. We are targeting peak performance and employee engagement for your company.

Technology has been changing the way people work for some years now. New agility in the way people can work has left some companies still working in an outdated workspace model that is expensive and ineffective.

Following trends over the last century, we see the office become a place that primarily facilitates interactions, collaborations, and connections between employees and clients alike. We see the future office space as a physical representation of your company and brand, a place to 'touch down' for face-to-face meetings, training, socializing, and working between meetings.

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benz
boyds
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dannon
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Ford
frito
interstate
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