Non-profit trade association
Collaborating with our 225-employee non-profit client––in tandem with our development team––we proposed and executed a plan to lower annual costs associated with workspace buildouts resulting from staffing changes. Before implementing our proposal, the organization spent $250K annually to reconfigure and construct workspaces to accommodate new hires, promotions, staff reorganizations, and in-office relocations.
Our team met with key stakeholders, including the group’s senior leadership team, to propose a defined, standardized workspace size and structure for all offices and workstations. We delivered a long-term, cost-saving solution for the client that addressed the size of a workspace, furniture style, instituting flexibility within the furniture scheme and more. Our plan was accepted and executed, resulting in the client realizing simpler logistics and greater cost efficiencies associated with the ongoing changes in staffing.