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Effective Space Planning (Code 1703FWS)

21st - 22nd March 2017

Location Central London
Contact Kay Bain
Email info@bifm-training.co.uk
Tel 020 7248 5942
Website www.bifm-training.com/space_planningFS.htm
Details ‘‘Getting the layout right’’

From full scale office relocations to the smallest workplace rearrangements, the utilisation of space determines occupancy costs, staff morale and productivity. With detailed guidance, case studies and exercises on space planning practice, this course guides you through the whole process from establishing needs to creating effective work environments, accommodating subsequent changes, and planning for the future.

• How to gather and analyse workspace data
• How to interpret business needs for the use of space
• How to calculate floor areas and circulation space
• The use of 'stacking' diagrams and 'blocking' plans
• Space standards and 'churn'
• Open, enclosed workplaces, partitions, ceilings, lighting and flooring
• The importance of understanding corporate culture issues
• Planning strategies and workplace layouts
• Planning for agile ways of working
• The process of managing changes to work environments

INCLUDES EXERCISES

For further information on content or fees & to book a place click the website link above, email info@bifm-training.co.uk or call 020 7248 5942
 

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