Redefining Workspaces for the New [Ab]Normal

Investing for success in the emerging workspace environment

Although the September 11 attacks were outlier events, they permanently shaped how people travel. Following the attacks, travelers perceived risk differently and expected airports to be designed and managed in new ways to ensure public safety. They also adapted their own behaviors as they entered a “new normal” in global air travel.

Long-term changes may be on the horizon for commercial office spaces as well. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, employers are accelerating their telework policies and considering how they can reduce workspace density to support social distancing and mitigate viral spread. Some commercial development projects are being delayed or canceled, while many existing spaces remain empty, as employers rethink new leases or delay returning employees to the office.

How you can you adapt and position yourself for long-term success in the new workspace environment?

Download this free white paper to discover:

  • Which trends to consider as you evaluate your commercial office space portfolio
  • Where to deploy smart building technologies to limit viral spread
  • How to ensure your smart building investments yield value
  • How to partner with customers to prioritize their needs and spend

Making strategic investments today can help ensure your future success. Download the white paper to discover how.