Provides clients with

A space optimisation strategy that facilitates a complete redesign without any rebuilding, refitting or reconstruction but only by exclusively challenging the habits of how employees use the existing workspace.

An occupancy study where data is collected either by sensors in the building if available or collected by onsite manual observations. Covers desk occupancy and meeting room occupancy and mapping of spatial practices of the workplace will be conducted.

Based on an occupancy study the possibilities for optimisation and the required change management process will be outlined.

Includes information such as where in the building is it most often lively, where is it most often empty, where do informal meetings predominantly take place etc.

Expected benefits

  • We estimate a typical space optimisation potential of 15-25% of total gross area while concurrently ensuring that the facilities are in fact fit for purpose – this way designing an attractive workplace in a particularly cost-effective way

Potential savings

  • The result could be either more employees on same or less space. More for less
  • Reduced costs and an improved workplace that is more productive and attractive for the employees