As the end of the year and the holiday season approaches, we are reflecting back on what a tough year this has been, on so many levels. We are focusing on the things that we are grateful for, and one of those is our amazing network of industry partners and friends. We put this newsletter together with the hope that you’ll find it to be insightful, helpful and interesting. Happy, healthy and safe holidays!

How much time will it take to remodel your office?
In planning to return to the office, companies need to consider their options to make the workplace as safe and healthy as possible for returning employees. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach, but it doesn’t have to be a difficult process. Even if you’re contemplating a return to the office next summer, proper planning begins now! Using our industry expertise, we provide three models to demonstrate the timeline it takes to complete projects of various scope and size.


Move Checklist for Every Office Transition
The pandemic has brought many changes to the way we do business, and how we use office space. Adapting your office footprint can involve transitioning to a new workplace, downsizing, solving for new safety procedures and protocols, or totally decommissioning your office. There is a lot to manage in an office move, and we put this checklist together to help streamline the process.

How Collaboration Tools Can Help Your Project
Whether ground-up construction or an extensive remodel, silo activity of team members and/or misaligned assumptions can derail the process. As the design evolves, it is important to routinely take a pulse check to ensure project goals, including budget, are still being met. From the timing of getting your general contractor involved to page turns and mockups, Bradac Co offers some advice about collaboration in the construction project management environment in this piece from, “How Collaboration Tools Benefit Project Teams.”
Read article here.

Looking for a Work Solution in Between Home and Office?
How Hotels are Filling the Gap for Companies.

Whether driven by a need for a better workspace layout, a quieter environment to avoid home distractions during crunch times or important meetings, or simply a change of scenery to avoid the onset of “cabin fever”, a local hotel offering short-term rentals and day rates might be just the right fit for some workers to increase productivity. Especially for those hotels located in metropolitan areas and suburbs in traditional commuter hubs, a location close to (but not) home could provide an ideal solution.
Read Bradac Co’s article featured recently in Hotel Management magazine.