Welcoming staff back to the office means creating a workplace that accommodates the different ways people need to manage their transition back to the office.
To counter amplified stress levels in public safety officers, how we design their workspace can make all the difference in providing safe and welcoming spaces for them and for the public.
COVID-19 has thrown office workers into a massive, unprecedented work-from-home experiment. Once people go back to the office, work spaces will be very different.
We've taken on the challenge of imagining what the future workplace might look like at three scales: the building, the office, and the workstation.
The Business Unusual live stream explored the opportunities and challenges of bringing employees back to the office amid COVID-19.
Workplace design experts from DLR Group and peers help clients prepare for a strategic return to the office and discuss re-envisioning such spaces for the future.
April 11 2019
DLR Group Principal Jessie Johnson, AIA, LEED AP.
- Who: Jessie Johnson, principal, DLR Group; Jim Neenan, COO, Prime West; Kyle Zeppelin, president, Zeppelin Development; Krystal Arceneaux, senior vice president, head of asset management, EverWest; Jack Kim, founding partner, KORE Investments; Sarajane “SJ" Goodfellow, associate regional director, Unico Properties; Tom Parnell, partner, Cress Capital; Amy Aldridge, senior vice president, Tributary Real Estate; Ken Wilkinson, co-founder & CEO, Layer 10 Consulting; Larry Weeks, principal, Stantec.
- What: Workplace Development & Design: What Will The Next Generation of Tenants Bring?
The office market continues to dominate national headlines, with major growth, disruption and uncertainty in each market. Subsequently, there have been several opportunities within the real estate market to innovate the traditional office experience. As workplaces evolve to keep up with industry demands, how can office tenants, developers, investors, and real estate executives work together to deliver creative workplace environments while maintaining a valuable return on investment?
- Where: Denver Office of the Future
Four Seasons Hotel Denver
1111 14th St
Denver, CO 80202
Grand Ballroom & Foyer, Second Level
- When: Thursday, April 11 from 9:20 AM to 10:05 AM
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February 8 2020
Johnson will lead all aspects of human resources for the firm’s 1,200 employees and 30 global offices.
Office Snapshots profiles our flexible and collaborative design for the organization’s offices located in Omaha, Nebraska.