Our recent work with The Australian Conservation Foundation saw a re-design of its office layout that resulted in an eco-friendly and efficient workspace.
When discussing sustainable workplaces, the question that often arises is whether a sustainable office space can be executed at a similar cost to that of a traditional office space.
The answer is yes.
In fact, a sustainable workplace can also lead to broader economic benefits for the company and improve its bottom line.
BRM Real Estate has secured a long term lease for OzChild at 14 Mason St Dandenong. The deal is the next exciting step in the execution of the national service provider’s Accommodation Strategy, facilitated by BRM Projects.
BRM Projects has provided strategic property advice to its client, OzChild for over one and a half years. Its sister company, BRM Real Estate finalised the lease, on behalf of OzChild, at the former ATO Building, 14 Mason St, Dandenong in mid July 2018. The property will become OzChild’s first major office hub for Victoria’s South East and the blueprint for future offices.
The lease, which was secured through negotiations by BRM Real Estate and Josh Tebb from Jones Lang Lasalle, is the first in a number of leases for OzChild being sought after by BRM Real Estate.
Indrani Tharmanason - CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER OF WINGARC AUSTRALIA
Indrani Tharmanason took five minutes to sit down with us and reflect on the year that has passed in WingArc Australia’s new workplace, facilitated by BRM Projects. WingArc Australia (previously Space Time Research) is a leading provider of business intelligence and enterprise analytics software, now based at 360 Collins St.
The lead up to Plastic Free July has been quite exciting, with big names like Coles and Woolworths phasing out plastic bags. And, while the world will never be rid of plastic completely, it’s encouraging to see so many individuals and companies getting behind initiatives that will make a difference.
To celebrate Plastic Free July, we’ve compiled a list of workplace practices that your organisation can adopt in its own effort to minimise plastic waste.
The current global economic climate calls for organisations to be agile and responsive when it comes to change management. In the face of 24/7 media scrutiny, greater transparency and a rapidly evolving technological environment, companies are realising that how they approach change is key in their ability to remain competitive.
So how do we encourage staff to embrace change and to be as flexible as the change itself?
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