How can you ensure maximum productivity from your team? How much room do you have available to dedicate to office equipment and breakout areas? Lastly, how can you be sure that your workforce will feel relaxed and comfortable in the space while being motivated at the same time? These are just a few of the questions that our larger office space planning and design team can help you answer.
You may decide that you require a design visit to assist you with the space planning process. If you do, heres what to expect:
Step 1: Analyse your workspace
Larger office space planning usually starts by conducting an analysis of your working environment, your practical requirements and your spending limit.
- Are you planning to grow your workforce within your current office or do you intend to downsize?
- Are you keen to create new breakout zones or meeting areas?
- Do you want to bring your existing office furniture and décor up to date?
- Regardless of your requirements, Calibre is here to help.
Step 2: Clarify your project brief
From the very beginning of your project, our team will work closely with you to ensure we fully understand your goals and needs, and we will generate the initial design concepts and space planning solutions for your revamped office. After this, we will hone the plan until a final scheme is approved.
Step 3: CAD
Computer-aided design (CAD) is now a crucial technology within the office refurbishment industry. Its benefits include reduced product layout costs and a much shortened design cycle. Ultimately, this translates to lower costs for the client. CAD works particularly well when space planning for larger offices.
We realise that an effectively planned office environment can raise productivity and morale among workers and, as such, is invaluable to companies. At Calibre, we are experts in space management for larger offices and should be perfectly placed to help you.