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Going green has gone from being a luxury option to a necessity for the global built environment sector today.
The fourth industrial revolution is beginning to change the way manufacturing and logistics companies operate and use real estate.
As the pace of larger real estate developments in the city-state has risen, its MRT infrastructure has come under increasing pressure.
Companies are upping their sustainability game amid the tussle to attract and retain talent
Quiet zones, amenities for parents and gender-neutral facilities are increasingly common for companies seeking to nurture a diverse range of employees.
Companies are looking at how to make their workplaces work for everybody
Businesses and employees are facing an inflection point in the work-from-home debate
Landlords learned from the flexible space boom to put amenities front and center
In the evolving workplace, some spaces aren’t being used as intended
Every office needs meeting rooms – yet their location, size and design is evolving to fit in with the modern workplace.
Both homes and offices are getting smarter thanks to rapidly advancing technology – although not at the same pace.
A well-designed agile workspace will improve your overall use of space, making real estate more cost-effective for your company.
Whether you operate or own a supermarket, a retail chain, an educational institution or hotel, keeping a tight rein on facilities management processes and cost is important for the bottom line
Shifts toward greater workplace density and desk-sharing are challenging an old notion that “people” and “seats” are interchangeable for planning purposes.
Leaps in technology have brought our everyday lives closer to the storylines of science fiction films.
Today’s landlords are increasingly aware that incorporating high-quality space for collaborating and socializing in their office buildings is a better way to catch the eye of companies hunting for new premises.
It takes 21 days to shake a habit and at least two months to make a new one, if you believe general wisdom on the matter.
Find out why job-seekers are now seeing facilities as a benchmark and employers have to put greater thought into using perks to recruit and motivate staff.
Companies with a diverse workforce are better able to win top talent and improve their customer orientation, employee satisfaction, and decision making
As your organization grows and aims to increase its global footprint, you need to take into account how conditions in a city impact your business activity.
In an office planning world where seats no longer automatically equate to people, ratios matter. Concurrent shifts toward greater workplace density and desk-sharing are challenging a decades-old notion that “people” and “seats” are interchangeable for planning purposes.
While the focus on reducing costs remains, new objectives have emerged
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