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In our last blog on this topic, we discussed the time frame to release space through “lock and walk” projects (space reductions that do not require construction projects). This post will address space reduction projects that require demolition and construction.

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Federal agencies that are reducing space might believe that compiling an accurate space inventory and identifying facilities for space reduction or closure are the hardest steps in the program. These pieces are challenging and are certainly critical to the overall success of the effort but once...

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Space and Rent Reduction in Federally Owned Facilities

In an earlier blog, we discussed reporting metrics that convey overall space reduction progress. One such metric is a comparison of space and saving rent.

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Two types of reports are integral in monitoring the space reduction progress of a space reduction program.

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In our previous posts about space reduction, we’ve talked about all of the steps necessary to establish a space baseline. Once you’ve identified your reduction target and have the baseline in place, the next step is to actually get started on individual space reduction projects. After all, if...

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