bracket the possibilities with proven methodologies and clear presentation
Our work primarily deals with physical space and relationships. Architectural training (and professional license) provides a solid foundation but is not always central.
Some examples include workplace design and transformation, real estate leasing decisions, implementation phasing, scenario modeling, remote work policy, custom algorithms, rentable area calculations, m&a due diligence support, furniture design and fabrication, and virtual workplace systems.
We take a problem apart and put it back together in a new way to derive maximum value from available resources. Our methodology relies on a tight combination of analytical skills, technical precision, creative imagination, and experience.
Engagement: Develop space requirements and departmental stacking for 3000 employees under new organizational structure. Plan construction phasing for renovations to 1,000,000 square feet with 4500 individual moves.
Hunton & Williams LLP
Engagement: Real estate optimization for international law firm. Work includes space requirements and phased swing space planning for renovation in place, Stay vs. Move analyses in multiple locations, assistance in selection of new office building, workplace and asset management software solution.
Other clients like this one: Ballard Spahr, Goodell DeVries Leech & Dann, Hawley Troxell Ennis & Hawley, Kramon & Graham, Niles, Barton & Wilmer, Pepper Hamilton, Steptoe & Johnson, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, Vinson& Elkins, Wiley Rein & Fielding
Gould Property Company
Engagement: Assist developer and design team in base building optimization to enhance marketability to prospective tenants. Consult on configuration, core and structural elements, fenestration, ceiling heights, egress, multi-tenant demising and other factors. Prepare BOMA diagrams and calculations to determine rentable square feet for office and store area.
Other clients like this one: PGP Development, Rockrose Development, Carr Properties, Beatty Development Group, Boston Properties
Engagement: Software solution for managing facilities cost allocation for 680 business units employing 6000 people in 120 locations.
Other clients like this one: Williams Sonoma, Inc.
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Engagement: Macro-programming for 130 departments in proposed new consolidated campus. Collate and present findings for congressional budget allocation including quantitative analysis, office standards, measurement methodologies, data verification methodologies and special space requirements criteria. Electronic surveys and Visual Basic coding facilitated a compressed schedule of just 16 weeks for a requirement of more than 2.5 million square feet.