The world of work is changing. In order to compete for the best minds, businesses have shifted their focus in recent years to creating office environments that make teamwork work, inspire creativity and encourage success. Issues such as sound insulation and sound absorption, air conditioning and ventilation, natural lighting, conference rooms and break-out areas, flexibility, mobility or how space is used are increasingly what matters.
And now the experiences from the pandemic have added further factors to consider, such as videoconferencing rooms, necessary distancing and hygiene regulations – together with one very unique aspect: how can employees be motivated to return to the office on a regular basis when they have been getting on so well working from home? Remote working on a permanent basis harbours the risk that corporate culture, teamwork and the concept of problem-solving together will suffer in the long term.
Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all approach here. Instead, we will join forces with you and your team to develop the best possible solution as an experienced general contractor for interiors. We will make it so comfortable, attractive, creative and inspiring that your employees will be happy to come back to the office and look forward to exchanging ideas with each other, allowing you to cement the connection your employees have with your company.
Employee satisfaction is based on the daily working environment: in the office where employees spend five days a week, eight hours a day doing their best for your company. Time to give them something back: A perfect office building, planned from the inside out, supports workflows, creates a positive working atmosphere and helps your employees feel comfortable and happy to come to work. This is ultimately a win-win situation for everyone – for your team and your company!
Today’s companies face diverse challenges: economic dynamics, demographic change, increasing project orientation and technological developments lead to constant changes in team structure, department size and working practices. That means employees have new requirements in terms of their working environment.
The potential is huge: well planned office buildings require up to one-third less space per workstation while at the same time significantly improving development options. Optimising the spatial structures can open up growth potential and produce considerable savings on rent and ancillary costs per workspace. That applies to both new buildings and to most existing buildings.
There is a close relationship between noise levels and work performance. That doesn’t just apply to medically harmful noise in workshops and factories – it’s also true of distracting sounds in the office. Noise makes it harder for employees to concentrate and makes errors more likely.
For many companies, leasing, sale-and-lease-back and other modern financing models are a given when it comes to cars, machines or office equipment. Right now, they rarely come into the picture where office fittings are concerned – but models like these harbour substantial benefits.