Suzzane Hutchinson – Office Manager, HR Policy, Marketing & Support, Biarri Network
BRM was tasked with updating the workspace at Biarri Network in a way that reflected the young and innovative company culture, while solving some serious space issues. Office Manager, Suzzane Hutchinson offers us a quick glimpse into what the new space is all about.
The world of commercial leasing can be tricky. Many businesses fall into the trap of becoming comfortable with their lease, not realising that it could pose serious limitations for them. Underestimating the importance of your commercial lease could be detrimental, while evaluating it with the help of a commercial property expert could actually add value to your business and set it up for a more stable future.
At BRM Projects, we see the following factors as central points of consideration when signing a new commercial lease or reviewing your current lease.
Client: Kennedy Partners
Location: Melbourne, CBD
This family law firm, based in Melbourne, had been practicing from the same premises for 25 years. When Kennedy Partners decided to employ the Property Strategy services of BRM Projects in late 2016, it was facing a ‘Stay or Go’ decision.
Over the past few decades, BRM Projects has secured its place as a leading provider of commercial property and workplace solutions. We know property, and we use this knowledge to provide our clients with an exceptional experience that goes beyond the signing of a lease.
We’ve worked with all kinds of organisations, from professional services to large scale Not For Profits and Government Authorities. Aside from our vast client base, it’s our unique skillset as consultants that sets us apart from other property providers.
Scott Coles - CEO, Optalert Australia
This week we sat down with Scott Coles of Optalert, a tech company that is changing the way we detect driver fatigue. BRM Projects has enjoyed a long standing relationship with Optalert, working with its innovators over a number of different projects over the years. Scott kindly agreed to share the challenges and benefits of his workplace from the perspective of CEO.
A recent study conducted by Hassell Architects and Empirica Architects examined the role of the physical workspace in choosing a job. This Australian study has uncovered some interesting facts about the link between people, design and culture in our national workplace landscape.
Sorry, did we say “trends” ?
Well it just so happens that the workplace practices mentioned below are being picked up so quickly by companies around the world, they're becoming the norm, rather than a passing craze!
Client: YSAS, Melbourne
This leading NFP agency enables young disadvantaged people to access the resources and support they require to lead a fulfilling life. In recent years, the YSAS team has increased in numbers and in 2018 the organisation called upon BRM to help it maximise its current workspace in order to fit more workers and create a healthier and more productive working environment.
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