State government real estate services
Real estate solutions to meet your state government needs.
Aggregate building, occupancy, cost and data across your entire portfolio. Create a leasing strategy for all your real estate assets. Analyze space utilization to address waste and create an occupancy plan that’s fit for the future.
Public Private Partnerships
Transform underutilized assets and drive economic (re)development through beneficial partnerships with private entities. Get the resources you need to structure a transaction, lease or finance your project, mitigate risks, monetize and/or boost revenue.
Address aging infrastructure with proactive maintenance and a capital improvement plan that strategically prioritizes investments. Evaluate scope, costs, strategy, and risk to prioritize work against your budget.
Evaluate lease obligations and space requirements to create a flexible and productive portfolio strategy. Manage your transactions and secure or dispose of space at the right time, on the right terms.
Integrated facilities management
Elevate service levels, reduce operating costs, and introduce new sustainability strategies to curb energy consumption. Use innovative systems to drive efficiencies.
Use technology to track and assess every facet of building management. Evaluate productivity, sustainability, and safety programs – and improve maintenance, procurement, and financial planning. Create a long-term technology roadmap.
Energy & sustainability services
A green building is your competitive advantage. Sustainability can optimize building performance, improve employee productivity, and meet state social responsibility goals.
Elevate service levels in facilities, reduce operating and maintenance costs, and address aging infrastructure with smart capital planning. Get a handle on space utilization for all owned and leased property, then create a plan to dispose of excess space.
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8 ways to boost state and local government real estate performance
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State of Tennessee
The State of Tennessee wanted to reduce its real estate costs, while improving conditions of its workplaces through modernization of space plans and increased utilization across a 10-million-square-foot portion of its portfolio of leased and owned facilities.