We had a great day at Govnet’s recent Assets and Estates Management Conference 2017 – thank you to everyone who joined us at our seminar and those who came and chatted to us at our stand.
Our brand new ebook lifts the lid on Smart Working practice and provides our thoughts on how to prepare both people and places for the digital future.
Meeting rooms had a specific function in times past when business management methods were slower and more formal.
The word ‘work’ now means something very different to what it did just a few years ago, and the traditional model of Monday to Friday and 9 to 5 is becoming more and more outdated.
Bristol’s City Hall has been nominated in the ‘Listed Building over £5million’ category of the prestigious 2017 Architects’ Journal Retrofit Awards.
How to take full advantage of the flexibility of remote working without getting bogged down in the distractions and temptations that can accompany it…
We are delighted that the transformation of Bristol City Council’s City Hall has won another award.
How modern working helped the city of Bristol unlock opportunities to repurpose challenging real estate
The way we work has changed. The public sector is required to reduce costs and improve its delivery of services and respond to changing citizen demands. Here’s the story of how we helped Bristol City Council to achieve this.
Local government is under continuous pressure to simultaneously save money and improve service delivery, and Bristol City Council is no exception.
Bristol City Council has been awarded the Cabinet Office’s One Public Estate award at their annual The Way We Work (TW3) awards, presented on Tuesday 24 January at the BT Tower, London.