Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Office Design articles below.
To remain competitive and retain top talent, U.S. employers should embrace workplace design focused on creating a collaborative culture, advises new white paper.
Businesses are utilizing outdoor spaces for meetings to keep employees safe throughout COVID-19. The Boston-based firm has previously introduced outdoor classroom spaces.
Facility professionals are evaluating long-term impacts from the pandemic shutdown. Some are exploring concepts and designs for the post-recovery office.
This Chicago-based general contractor collaborated with industry experts and clients to create a quick and cost-effective office transformation process for safer, healthier office environments.
Agile spaces offer owners and managers a way to maximize their return on the investment that they pour into their buildings – and they need connectivity to match. Learn how during this free webinar.
A new survey finds Gen Z employees are most productive when working around noise, while Baby Boomers need quiet to get work done.
A just released study from Interface helps inform facility managers on the importance of acoustical solutions for the current and future workforce.
Office design plays an essential role in reducing stress for adults with autism, who may have sensitivities to noise, bright lights, and social interactions common at work
Keeping up to date on office trends is smart business as companies work to attract talent and increase employee satisfaction.
The 2.7 Under-carpet Wireway from Connectrac is a floor-based cable management system to eliminate the need for core drilling, trenching, or power poles. The company's CEO, Clint Strong, elaborates on its capabilities.
In a new report, JLL compares build out costs across three office styles in 59 markets in the U.S. and Canada.
When it comes to office design, an active workspace might be just what your employees need. Here are three ways to maximize their buy-in.
The Travis Roy Foundation moved into a 2,000 square foot office featuring accessible design, with the support of donated services from several area firms.
Many companies are moving toward open workspaces, but a new survey shows employees think they are among the least productive and most stressful work environments.
At Washington University in St. Louis, updating a facility housing labs and offices included a new central stairwell.
The research project will provide environmental and human data as evidence of biophilic design’s positive impact on the health and wellbeing of office occupants.
Deploy intelligent (and dynamic) space planning strategies through the use of technology, coupled with other sources of insight into how employees work.
Your office doesn’t have to be boring, but it probably is. While not every facilities team can implement these five office hacks to jazz up their spaces, take them as inspiration.
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