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Time is Money: 3 Ways to Save Both (according to expert Office Movers)

Posted by Cesar Duran on Dec 20, 2016 4:39:16 PM

Office movers will tell you that when it comes to commercial office relocation, time is money. How can you make sure you’re maximizing your time throughout your office move?

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2 Big Benefits from Your Office Move

Posted by Cesar Duran on Dec 19, 2016 1:27:24 PM


There are 2 big benefits available to you and your company during an office move. You’ve heard the saying, “Out with the old, and in with the new.” Essentially, that’s the process your company is encountering when you move out of your old location and into the new one. 

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StartUp Culture Series Part 3: John Arenas of Serendipity Labs

Posted by Dustin Staiger on Dec 16, 2016 12:29:25 PM

In our final StartUp Culture series article, John Arenas sat down to discuss the evolving workplace and how his company, Serendipity Labs Coworking, is helping steer the ship. Serendipity is creating co-working spaces throughout the country, including a new space in Houston's Esperson Building.

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Topics: startup culture

StartUp Culture Series - Part 2: Dean Strombom of Gensler

Posted by Dustin Staiger on Dec 12, 2016 10:23:35 AM

Our event “Understanding StartUp Culture and its Impact on Businesses” featured panelists with unique perspectives on startup culture in today’s evolving office environment. One unique perspective is that the same entrepreneurial spirit driving small and medium businesses forward is also at work in the world of large corporations.           

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Walls: Why They Work at Work

Posted by Kansas Sartin on Dec 5, 2016 2:48:53 PM

The walls in your office play a concrete role in your company. That’s the conclusion after a 10-year long study was conducted on the American workplace. Mithra Moezzi and John Goins are the researchers at the Center for the Built Environment at UC-Berkeley who initiated the survey and published their findings. 

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Topics: raco walls, Walls

Workplace Design: The One Thing Successful Offices Have In Common

Posted by Dustin Staiger on Dec 2, 2016 5:36:49 PM

4,000 office workers across 11 different industries were surveyed to discover what successful, innovative, and creative workplaces look like in 2016. The evidence points to one major finding: creativity and innovation both follow great workplace design. When it comes to attaining great workplace design, Gensler’s 2016 Workplace Survey discovered which factors play the biggest role in an excellent workplace design.             

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Topics: Design

StartUp Culture Series - Part 1: Matthew Hager of Poetic Systems

Posted by Dustin Staiger on Nov 30, 2016 10:19:07 AM

In October of 2016, McCoy-Rockford hosted “Understanding Startup Culture and its Impact on Businesses” with our cohosts Turnstone and Cameron Management. The event included conversations with panelists possessing unique perspectives on startup culture in today’s evolving office environment.

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Is the Hot Desking Trend Right for Your Office? Part 2

Posted by Kim Bishop on Oct 26, 2016 1:40:46 PM

New office trends like Hot Desking don’t just take place at The Edge, Deloitte’s fully-optimized building in Amsterdam. At home in Houston, Texas, one company took a good look at their procedures and decided it was time to maximize their time and space more effectively.

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Is the Hot Desking Trend Right for Your Office? Part 1

Posted by Dustin Staiger on Oct 26, 2016 1:40:18 PM

When the “smartest building in the world,” the “greenest building in the world,” and the “Uber of buildings” are all the same building, one can’t help but take notice. The Edge in Amsterdam is a futuristic office structure that takes care of details other office employees around the world have to manage every day. Among the innovative ideas being instituted at the Edge is a new trend called “Hot Desking.” This workplace trend has become a hot topic in office buildings around the world, but is it one you should consider?

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The Evolution of Law Firms & Their Offices: Part 2

Posted by Dustin Staiger on Oct 25, 2016 4:05:40 PM

When Jeff Lesk and his team of lawyers at Nixon-Peabody in Washington D.C. were looking for a new office space, they decided to shake things up a bit. In the lawyer world, that doesn’t happen very often. What resulted was a complete overhaul of the way law offices approach corporate space across the country.

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Topics: Design

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