The way your office space plan is created needs careful thought in order to maximise its potential to bring about large gains in productivity, motivation, efficiency and morale.
The results of the workplace audit, the project brief and the building surveys should now have been collated and agreed by all members of the in-house team and finalised with your office relocation partner.
It is now possible to develop accurate and detailed space plans from which you can eventually agree a layout that optimises your workplace environment.
As this moves forward, it’s important to incorporate the technical aspects of the project such as lighting, air conditioning, data, power, plumbing and wastage supplies together with other critical areas such as your comms room.
You would be wise to ensure that you agree each stage of not only the space planning process, but also the ideas behind the workplace design, as going back to fundamentals once matters have progressed will delay your project.
As the workplace design and space planning is progressing, it is important that your key staff have a say in their area of responsibility. Again, input at a later stage that affects the layout and workplace design could have a detrimental effect on your office relocation programme.
Maris Interiors LLP is the UK’s leading specialist in workplace consultancy, workplace optimisation, office design, office refurbishment, office fit-out and office relocation. Maris design and create world class working environments for occupiers throughout the UK and continental Europe. The Maris team of experts has extensive and in-depth knowledge of how good office design and fit-out can substantially improve business performance, save vast amounts of money and help retain and attract key people.
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