3 states share lessons learned in their real
State government real estate leaders have a unique role to play in tackling today’s most pressing challenges.
Across the country, forward-looking state governments are transforming how they manage their real estate and facilities to help address looming pension liabilities, diminishing federal allocations, an aging workforce, political pressures and other issues.
Innovative states are using their real estate to serve constituents more effectively, while achieving significant cost savings that free up funding for mission-critical services. Some are using data and analytics to streamline their real estate portfolios, prioritize deferred maintenance projects and optimize their workplaces.
When you’re seeking new solutions for your state government real estate portfolio, it can be helpful to learn how other states are addressing similar issues. Of course, every state’s portfolio is unique — and when you want to transform your real estate management, your starting point will be unique, too.
Download the full report to learn how three states - Colorado, Illinois and Tennessee - revitalized their real estate and facilities through these 6 strategies:
- Rethinking the portfolio
- Transitioning from leased to owned space - strategically
- Addressing the war for talent and the future of work
- Tackling deferred maintenance
- Outsourcing partnerships that reduce costs and improve service
- Beyond strategy: managing a successful real estate transformation