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Paper eres2011_305:
Using user requirements to achieve optimal office utilisation

id eres2011_305
authors Khamkanya, Thadsin; McGreal, Stanley; Heaney, George
year 2011
title Using user requirements to achieve optimal office utilisation
source 18th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Eindhoven, the Netherlands
summary This research is based on principles of corporate real estate and facilities management to understand the current philosophy of work and life of office users. Modern workplace management influences modern corporations to manage their office spaces more economically while supporting office users to be more productively. The survey in offices across the UK confirmed that office users perceive about office satisfaction in different ways. Furthermore, this study tried to compare the existing workplace practice with the one preferred by the users. Based on the offices involved in this study, end-user requirements can potentially help saving 20% of the existing annual occupancy costs.
keywords Office User Requirements, Workspace Allocation
series ERES:conference
email khamkanya-t@email.ulster.ac.uk
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session P4: Corporate Real Estate [doctoral session]
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