A new study released by the Global Workspace Association (GWA) says its membership of virtual-office owners and coworking spaces reported increased profitability last year and expect to grow similarly through at least 2014.
In Part 2, we highlight a Case Study of one organization that first implemented CM for a 450-staff renovation project, and continues to provide CM as a value-add process for subsequent smaller projects.
This is the stance John Vivadelli takes. Through his firm Agilquest, he’s spent decades working with design firms and corporate decision-makers who do just this kind of extrapolation when planning their office designs and estimating associated overhead costs.
In Part 1, we introduce Change Management as it relates to workplace design, and why it is increasingly important to provide as a parallel service to architecture and interior design, even for smaller projects.
Here in Part 2, we identify three coworking design patterns that are also reshaping the corporate workplace. Workspace designers must understand these patterns of coworking behavior and design as a reflection of broader workplace trends.
Siena has rethought its design and delivery process; it provides complete solutions that include multiple varieties of flooring materials and finishes organized by color and material specifically to save time.