Our participation in this year's Cancer Council Victoria Relay For Life has led to the establishment of the 'BRM Research Award' which will help fund research for low survival cancers. The BRM team is proud to have contributed to such research and hopes it makes a difference to the lives of sufferers and their families in the future.
Eleanor Eshel: OT & Ergonomist at InHouse OT
Every project we deliver reflects our commitment to healthy workplaces so it's safe to say that Ergonomists are our friends here at BRM Projects! Today we sat down with Eleanor Eshel, one of our favourites in the business of OT and Ergonomics. In this interview Eleanor offers us a helpful perspective on the role of ergonomics in business and general workplace wellbeing.....
Historically, meeting rooms and the boardroom are the spaces given priority when it comes to the office re-vamp.
But it's the 'Break Out' space which has arisen as the star space of the modern workplace. A well designed break out space will bring enormous benefits to your organisation. Whether used for collaboration, creativity, work or rest, these areas can prove to be an excellent use of space and ass value to your organisation.
Read on to find out 4 of our favourite ways to use a breakout space in the workplace....
counting beans on bean bags - can accounting firms adopt activity based working? a look at knp solutions
Australia's financial sector has been captivated by the workplace design trend of ABW (Activity Based Working), with major firms such as PWC adopting the model almost a decade ago and other similar firms following suit.
When BRM Projects began working with knp Solutions, a Melbourne-based accounting firm, it was settled into its 22 year old traditional office space with a location and building that was suited to both clients and staff.
It was an unexpected eviction notice mid-lease and additional partners that triggered the need for a change of location and company direction.....
Good design goes hand in hand with good business. At BRM Projects we’ve seen design trends move from innovation to the norm as we continue to implement new fit-outs and concepts that respond to business issues.
Every business faces challenges regarding cost, space and productivity when moving to a new premises or re-furbishing the current premises. But it’s the design of one specific area in your workplace which can be most effective in overcoming these challenges. This area sits at the front of your office and ideally, will sit at the top of your design priority list...
Just because there’s an option in your lease to roll over, is it really the best option for your business?
The question “Should I stay or should I go?” is one that should be considered carefully, even as early as mid-way through your lease. Commercial leasing is undoubtedly a more lengthy and complicated process than residential leasing, therefore more time should be given to sorting out possibilities, from lease renewal, to searching for a new premises altogether.
Christian Thompson - Parenting Research Centre
Parenting Research Centre offers a unique service with the mission of helping children and families thrive by helping governments and community agencies put the best scientific evidence on parenting support into action. This fantastic organisation is changing the way we approach parenting support and helping Australian children thrive.
Christian Thompson joined Parenting Research Centre in 2008 bringing with him a rich history of not-for-profit management experience. BRM Projects has worked with Christian across a number of projects and we had a chat with him about how he sees his workplace.
Congratulations to our team "Bark Raving Mad" for participating in the annual Cancer Council Relay For Life. The event was held at Albert Park and our team members did us proud. A special congratulations to Project Manager, Alex for winning the 'Spirit Of The Relay' award! Our team fundraising page is open for another month so if you haven't donated, we urge you do so. Every cent goes towards valuable research and can save lives. Donate now!
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