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We were recently involved in a design-build competition for a new building. Our role was to participate as part of an interdisciplinary team to evaluate competing building designs. The objective was to provide the owner with a clear understanding of the differences between the designs and to...

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In recent years, space reduction projects have become increasingly popular among federal agencies, both as a way to provide an updated and more efficient office layout (think mobility, telework, hoteling, collaborative spaces, etc.), and as a way to attract a younger generation of workers. But...

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I had a bit of a eureka moment recently. I was talking to someone whose agency was in the process of transitioning to an open office environment. She said that the new space was nice, but that people did not seem to know how to behave in such an environment. For example, people would talk so...

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Transitioning from a traditional office to a more dynamic and collaborative open and mobile office can be a significant culture shift for any organization. If done right, this transition not only changes your office, it changes your life. In the contemporary work place, it promotes more...

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Today, in our third and final piece on workplace privacy, we’re going to tackle the issue of personal matters at the office.

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