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CBRE Workplace designs and creates your future workspace
CBRE Workplace assists its clients in the design and creation of its workplace within a well-defined planning and budget. We do this together with the client, in line with the corporate identity and values of the company, after careful consideration of all needs and requirements. We can also assist in the relocation strategy, the change management and the communication.Read more
CBRE acts as a general contractor through its design and build solution. CBRE designs and manages the fit-out works and construction process in close collaboration with the client, by coordinating and including all stakeholders. The CBRE Workplace department delivers the project on time, within the agreed budget and guarantees the quality hereof.
We take the comfort of all workspace users into consideration by creating healthy, sustainable, efficient and comfortable work environment (visual comfort, acoustic optimization, ergonomics, air quality…).
The creation of a new interior design including the appropriate furniture, from the first sketches to a detailed presentation with 3D renders.
The legal industry is one that sticks to its old ways, from billable hours to traditional offices and cubicle designs. But even law firms are not insulated from change.
In April 2017, CBR (HeidelbergCement Group) has taken possession of its new Belgian headquarters in Braine-l’Alleud, totaling 5,000 sqm of office space. Thanks to the CBRE Workspace team and the CBR Project team, a new, fresh and modern work environment was created and delivered in 5 months.
After 8 months of work hand in hand, CBRE has completed Akzo Nobel’s relocation in their new Vilvoorde headquarters.
Your typical office job probably doesn’t involve much digging around in the dirt. But maybe it should.
In an uncertain environment, flexibility is key. That’s one of the main takeaways from CBRE’s recently released 2017 Global Occupier Survey, which found that a growing number of respondents were concerned about the unpredictable outcome of shifts underway in the global economy.
Want to perk up your work life? Buy some plants. It sounds simple, but a recent report by the University of Twente, VU Amsterdam and CBRE suggest it’s true.