Re-thinking jobs and workspaces in the entire city.
Housing or workspace? There is a lack of both in rapidly growing cities. When space gets increasingly scarce, it also gets more expensive. A "permanent" workspace, such as your own desk in a separate office, is no longer in keeping with the times – and not just for economic reasons. As the lines between work and leisure become blurred and we are more mobile than ever, workspaces also change: You can now basically set up your desk anywhere.
Tags SPACE OPTIMIZATION, LAND USE, ENERGY EFFICIENCY, FACITITY MANAGEMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE, BUILDING SECURITY, GENERATION
We love New Work
Workplaces are everywhere
It’s not being physical present that counts, it’s the results – and no fixed location is necessary for this. We are at our most productive when we find a good work-life balance, are relaxed and feel comfortable. We want to make our own decisions: a co-working space today, home office tomorrow – what fits my current living situation best? What makes sense considering my on-going projects?
Many companies are reconsidering traditional work concepts in order to retain employees: trust-based working hours are becoming part of current corporate culture. Making the workplace and working hours more flexible unlocks potential but presents companies with challenges at the same time. The key question is: What is the ideal distribution, design and use of workspaces for both employees and companies?
Less becomes more
Design meets local data
When designing and building workspaces or remodeling existing spaces you often ask yourself: "What if...?" We would like to answer that question. And our answers are human, sustainable, efficient and climate-friendly. They are not just speculation – they are facts and these facts become the basis for efficient office management.
How and where do our teams like to work best?
With DILAX hardware and local data you know how often and how well your rooms are being used. When and by how many people. Which workstations are occupied, popular on which days and at what times. An analysis of the collected data helps you to design your workplaces flexibly and to take the various needs of each team into consideration with meeting areas, a coffee bar or quiet zones.
Good room climate
Human, comfortable and inspiring
We are able to reliably measure and evaluate your employees’ usage behavior – from the building entrance to their desks and on to the conference rooms on every floor of the office building. And based on this knowledge, you can make better decisions regarding your workplace management.
Adapt energy supplies to real needs. Make emergency action plans for your building more secure. Re-think and re-invent existing workspaces – for the benefit of your employees and your budget. And last but not least, make your contribution to reduced CO2 emissions for a more livable city.
Some questions that DILAX can help you answer:
- What do my employees need to be creative and productive?
- What is the best room temperature for meetings?
- How can we use the same space for 20 more employees?
- How many employees are in the building? On which floors?
- Which rooms are being used?
- Which and how many workstations are currently occupied?
- How long do my employees stay in specific locations?
- Which employees come to work on which days?
- How well is the office occupied every day?