Healthcare needs are ever changing. The bottom line is that traditional construction can't keep up. Modular construction allows your facilities to change as the needs of your clients change.
By its very nature prefabrication requires careful review of plans and specifications in advance of installation. The result is that any problems or conflicts can be noticed and resolved before they become an on-site issue.
The Workscapes team is excited to announce that we are once again partnering with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) for the Light the Night Event.
The upfront expense of prefabricated construction might seem like a poor use of a facility improvement budget at first glance, but we know this is a wise investment. Don't believe us? The DC Water Headquarters building would beg to differ.
Prefabricated construction is usually associated with thoughts of mass production on the low-end of construction. As it rises in popularity, reality is showing that it is quite the opposite.
Choosing remote work may mean sacrificing individual focus. For those with employees returning to the office, it's important to make sure the space is a welcome reprieve.
There is plenty of debate regarding whether the office remains relevant. Regardless of where you set up work, the one thing offices cannot go without is collaboration.
Most people encountered a significant lack of connection during the pandemic. Feelings of isolation became paramount as chance encounters and social circles were removed. It’s crucial to support feelings of connection as people return to the office.
The workplace has been changing for decades, but a virus changed the landscape of the office overnight. Many organizations scrambled to implement safer work environments to limit the spread of COVID-19 and keep workers healthy.
We are extremely proud to announce that our Gulf Coast Market President Ed Goff has been accepted into Leadership Tampa Bay class of 2022.
Companies have been reevaluating their offices since before the pandemic. If given the choice, many employees were already choosing to work from home, coffee shops, or coworking spaces. Then the pandemic hit, and very quickly, mass amounts of workers were equipped to work from anywhere.
One effect of the pandemic was to accelerate workplace trends that had already been germinating for years. One of these trends is distributed work. This concept is not new, but has grown in popularity. Distributed work is here to stay.
The leveling effect of a global pandemic touches every aspect of life: home, work, and all the places in between. At Workscapes, we believe that problem-solving, human-centered design means supporting people wherever they are.
NAC Group, a global electronic component design services & distribution company, worked with our Workscapes Tampa team to help create a consistent, cohesive space as they expanded their current office.
Workscapes is excited to announce our new Chief Financial Officer Mehmet Bakkaloglu.
The construction industry has been through a lot in the last year. Modular construction, prefabrication, and off-site manufacturing of space have been game-changers for general contractors, architects, designers, and owners alike.
Workers are wanting more choice about where they work, whether that is remotely or in different settings around the office. Make sure you are equipping them with the tools and the choice to find the place where they will do their best work.
Workscapes very own Will Dvorak has been selected for Young Professionals Council Co-Chair for Light the Night Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Event.
Workforce expectations have been changing for a while now; the pandemic just accelerated this. The door to remote work has been blown open, and the realities of what work looks like are varied.