Hoteling, Real Estate & the Evolution of Facilities

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Click here for the presentation "Mobility: No Turning Back" by David Meckley, IIDA, CIA, LEED AP, Principal/Lead Designer at Huntsman Architectural Group. This presentation was given at our "Hoteling, Real Estate & the Evolution of Facilities" Monthly Program

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Hoteling, Real Estate & the Evolution of Facilities

  1. 1. Mobility: No Turning BackHoteling, Real Estate & the Evolution of Facilities Nancy Kay Ludlow CID: PG & E Corporate Real Estate David Meckley IIDA CID LEEP AP: Huntsman Architectural Group IFMA-SF OCTOBER 2011
  2. 2. It’s no longer Hoteling but MOBILITY drop-in, touchdown, is the norm
  3. 3. Why Internet access easily accessible available via hardware Social acceptability Smart phone, Tablet and Laptop and Cloud computing has made collaboration easier Software - easily available to consumer smart phone apps, Skype Reservation system costly, speed to use by adoption and ad-hoc agreements Some corporate culture hoteling has a negative connotation• Mobility the norm
  4. 4. Case Study 1 Pharma Company Change all directed from global offices Lack of space-Aging portfolio, based on private offices, the economic downturn restricted portfolio growth, any space directed to the GMP The demand for real time collaboration - between Scientist, Process engineers and increase speed to market for drug Flex space required in the R&D High occupancy, need for collaboration Too noisy at facility to focus on heads- down work Gen X demographics Not hoteling drop in- first come first serveMobility Scenarios• 3 Case Studies
  5. 5. Case Study 2 IT Company Demo product, increase collaboration reduce costs Showcase the product in the workplace demonstrating the family of products and how that would impact how people work Increase collaboration Minimize expansion Minimize managing space reduce operations services Sets new industry standards leveraging field offices success implementing into large sitesMobility Scenarios• 3 Case Studies
  6. 6. Case Study 3 Utility company Adopt by work group management style Aging real estate portfolio Minimal investment of technology Limited dollars for investment in reconfigurations Poor commutes because of the urban and suburban sprawl Must change culture to survive and serve Adhoc- no investment in metricsMobility Scenarios• 3 Case Studies
  7. 7. Mobility is what we do now Permission and expectations need to be established Transition of manage space what we have now and what it will ultimately look like Speed to use occurs faster than funding• Summary
  8. 8. Corporate Reaction to Mobile Staff
  9. 9. • No Official Policy In de”Nile”Corporate Reaction to Mobile Staff
  10. 10. o No Official Policy • Loss of Control • Security Risk • Cultural Divide • Staff Attraction & RetentionCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff
  11. 11. o Alternative Spaces • Satellites • Rented Amenities • Hot SpotsCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff
  12. 12. Rented AmenitiesCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Alternative Locations
  13. 13. Corporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Alternative Locations
  14. 14. Hot SpotsCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Alternative Locations
  15. 15. o Touchdown Zones • Beyond Hoteling Spots • Places to be seen, relax, eat – impromptu meetingsCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff
  16. 16. Kaiser Permanente Oakland, California 71% of workplace knowledge is shared casuallyCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Touchdown Zones
  17. 17. Kaiser Permanente Oakland, CaliforniaCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Touchdown Zones
  18. 18. o Home Base • Small Assigned Personal Spaces • Hive & Pollinate • Emphasis on Shared EnvironmentsCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff
  19. 19. Google Zurich, Switzerland 47% of Google facilities are devoted to shared spaces compared to 21% in traditional officesCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Home Bases
  20. 20. Google Zurich, SwitzerlandCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Home Bases
  21. 21. Google Zurich, SwitzerlandCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Home Bases
  22. 22. Google Zurich, SwitzerlandCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Home Bases
  23. 23. o Free Addressing • Advanced Mobile Technology • Entrepreneurial Culture • Managerial TrainingCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff
  24. 24. Macquarie Bank Sydney, AustraliaCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Free Addressing
  25. 25. Macquarie Bank Sydney, AustraliaCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Free Addressing
  26. 26. Macquarie Bank Sydney, AustraliaCorporate Reaction to Mobile Staff• Free Addressing
  27. 27. Implications for Facilities
  28. 28. o More Open • Panel – What Panel? • Access to natural light • See and be seen -Implications for Facilities
  29. 29. Steelcase Knoll Allsteel Panel – What Panel ?!?!Implications for Facilities• More Open
  30. 30. o Smaller Footprints • Offices typically 10’ x 12’ • Workstations typically 6’ x 8’ • Shallower worksurfaces • Layered Storage • Reduced Storage • Elimination of Guest ChairImplications for Facilities
  31. 31. 150 SF 110 SF Thomas Wiesel PartnersContango KPMG KimballImplications for Facilities• Smaller Footprint
  32. 32. Contango Service Source 64 SF 48 SF AllsteelImplications for Facilities• Smaller Footprint
  33. 33. o Increased Flexibility • Adjustable Sit to Stand User configurable • Adaptable Variable Width Shared SpacesImplications for Facilities
  34. 34. Steelcase SteelcaseSteelcase Steelcase KristaliaImplications for Facilities• Adaptable
  35. 35. Steelcase Steelcase Resource & DesignImplications for Facilities• Adaptable
  36. 36. Allsteel 2011 Guest Seating ! SteelcaseImplications for Facilities• Adaptable
  37. 37. o Work/Home Lines Blur • Comfort of home at office • Change with fashion • Cost vs. QualityImplications for Facilities
  38. 38. West Elm Steelcase Buzzispace Anthropologie Anthropologie SteelcaseImplications for Facilities• Blurring of the Lines
  39. 39. Dolby LaboratoriesImplications for Facilities• Blurring of the Lines
  40. 40. Discussion Topics
  41. 41. • Ergonomics • Security • Loyalty & Culture • Economics• Discussion Topic

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