Time and again in my technology consulting career I have found myself using or responding to the term “flexible” to describe a technology, a space, or even an entire facility. It’s one of those catch-all terms, like “collaborative” or “state of the art,” that seems inherently positive. Everyone wants to be flexible. But what do we mean, exactly, by flexibility in design?
Team collaboration is a challenge for any project — and the larger the project, the bigger the challenge. San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 1 renovation is a truly huge project. At 1,100,000 sf and $2.4 billion in construction costs, it involves more than 20 design firms and will be phased over nine years. It’s so complex, in fact, … Read more
Last week, our engineers Matt Flanders (MF) and Jason Cummings (JC) had the opportunity to have a conversation with Daniel Newman (DN), Chief Compliance Officer at Stockbridge Real Estate Funds. They discussed some of the most common questions we receive from potential clients and peers in the industry.