Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. workplace design articles below.
Whether or not your facility pursues WELL Building Standard certification (now in version 2), there are many steps that can be implemented for improved workplace wellness.
PPG Paints has chosen Night Watch as the 2019 Color of the Year.
U.S. firms are out in front on creating activity-based offices, according to recent survey.
Sensor technology is on the rise for use in workplace design and evaluation processes.
A series of roundtable discussions convened by BHDP Architecture reveals importance of “three Ds” of workplace innovation.
In a fifth biennial global benchmarking study, “once alternative” workplace strategies were examined with insights from more than 130 organizations.
Workplace data tells a story, and facility management’s interpretation matters.
On September 20, this facilities education event brought together professionals from around the Greater Philadelphia area for discussions on best practices, lessons learned, and plans for the future of FM.
Retaining talent is a leading concern for businesses these days, and it all comes down to workplace experience and authenticity.
How do you incorporate biophilia — a connection to nature — into a facility? Here are four strategies that are easier than you may think.
Located in San Francisco, this event is focused on how to maximize productivity, connectivity, and well-being in the workplace.
In a recent survey of U.S. and UK workers, access to natural light was found to be an important factor in their level of job satisfaction.
A second annual Capital One Workplace Environment Survey finds flexibility remains high on the list of priorities for employees.
Keep these three things in mind when using cloud-based, workspace technology to optimize office space.
Cultivating a healthy indoor environment can begin with sound daylighting strategies.
Launched in London, this charity event organized by workplace consultancy Advanced Workplace Associates shines a spotlight this June on innovative workspaces throughout New York City.
Which aspects of the physical workplace impact employees most, and what can facility planners do about it?
Registration is now open for Facility Executive Live! Now in its second year, the September 20, 2018 event is tailored to address the diverse responsibilities of facility management.
Data in the 2018 Workplace Report from NYC-based Ted Moudis Associates Data points to employee experience as the primary driver for companies redesigning their workplace.
This new height-adjustable desk provides an attractive, easy to assemble solution for employees seeking a comfortable, flexible workstation.
Leasing ready-to-vacate office space in your building can be made easier by adhering to these tips from a senior architect at Dyer Brown Architects.
Providing architectural, furniture, technology, and logistic solutions, the company redesigned its own workplace to assist clients while also improving the environment for its employees.
As demand for remote work options increase, facility planners should assess organizational culture and processes to ensure workplace design that fosters productivity for all employees.
Based on its research and experience, BHDP Architecture finds that the best way to think about Millennials and their impact on workplace design may be to think about them a lot less.
New study finds office design and aesthetics are playing a greater role in recruiting young talent.
Even when facility planners proactively consider employees' technology preferences, the result doesn't always connect with end-user needs.
A recent workplace design survey commissioned by Capital One sought insight from 2,500 professionals across five U.S. metro areas.
Presented by Facility Executive magazine earlier this week, the conference brought together facilities professionals and other industry experts to discuss technology, energy, security, workplace design, and more.
Need a break from office stress? How about an impromptu game of cornhole?
The way we work is changing. Can office design keep pace? Three design leaders from Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) share their insights.
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.
This new program helps healthcare organizations and teams seeking to improve flow and realize the full value of an anticipated or existing facility.
With little time to spare during its busiest time of the year, Edelstein & Company in Boston, MA had its project team coordinate a three-phase construction schedule.
This discussion at this October 2017 event will include strategic insights and practical tips for facility management to provide an engaging, productive workplace for their organizations.