Resource pages for "Workplace Design"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
The need for creativity in designing work environments is here to stay: Quick and easy access to power in commercial spaces essential.
Elise Nicpon of Room & Board Business Interiors outlines the office rooms of the future that every company needs for a forward-looking, employee-oriented workplace.
Facility managers are responsible for making sure neurodiverse workers are included and appropriately equipped to perform their best work.
New Insight headquarters in Chandler, AZ is a modern workplace that encourages collaboration and innovation, with technology that empowers anywhere work and sustainability.
The June 2022 issue focuses on revitalizing workspace with an eye on productivity, emergency preparedness, minimizing security risks, and energy management.
View this video webinar discussion and discover ways you can better understand space using data so you can build a successful workplace design.
When it comes to office design, change has been a constant since 2020. Here are some solid trends emerging for the workplace.
This author, an audiovisual consultant, considers how these spaces can be improved for productivity, health, and comfort today and in the future?
As our need to understand environmental footprinting has come into sharper focus, the role of workplace designers, engineers, contractors, facilities, and operations teams has begun to shift to one of environmental stewardship.
Now in its 23rd year, the competition highlights projects completed by Starnet contractor members in partnership with architects, designers, and Starnet-aligned manufacturers.
Here are ideas to expand beyond the walls of your building.
Organizational change around the new workplace isn’t one size-fits-all, and facility management has a central role.
The pandemic has brought new relevance to the prioritization of collaboration and flexibility in the workplace.
To remain competitive and retain top talent, U.S. employers should embrace workplace design focused on creating a collaborative culture, advises new white paper.
Workplace strategy firm Dyer Brown works with its corporate and other clients to help them sustainably dispose of and procure office furniture and related assets.
While conditions in tenant spaces are key to returning occupants, improved shared spaces for comfort and convenience are also important.
Guiding facility occupants helps to provide both comfort and safety.
Experts in workplace design, from HLW, Pininfarina of America, and Ted Moudis Associates, share insights on creating outdoor spaces for employees, as well as bringing nature inside.
BIFMA's new pods guidelines cover a range of product criteria including acoustics, electrical, emissions, ventilation, fire safety, stability, seismic, and more.
Integrated workplace management systems (IWMS) are helping facility management leaders to gain a clear understanding of how to plan and utilize workspaces, for safety of occupants.