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Occupancy Planning: Standard Global Data Collection

A global technology firm wanted to slash real estate costs by $300 million in three years without adversely affecting operations. We started by accurately measuring our client’s space, determined what was actually needed, and developed a strategy to reduce excess space.

Since accurate information drives sound decisions, our multi-faceted team of experts developed a standardized data collection method to gather consistent space and occupancy intelligence from any client location worldwide—even in locations we do not manage. Armed with reliable data, we then developed a global occupancy planning and solution process. Components included a single, easy-to-use online portal for all stakeholders to access or add real-time, anytime information such as CAD drawings, move dates and locations, and work assignment teams.

Our highly motivated partnership with the client’s Corporate Real Estate team produced immediate results including:
  • Changing an existing plan to renovate a client facility for more than $3.2 million when we demonstrated that occupants could work just as effectively in other existing campus buildings, and could be relocated for less than $800,000.
  • Curbing 300 non-business critical moves at another site with cost avoidance upwards of $700,000.

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