This is the Story of Talisen Talk If you’re going to build in a big city, you’ve got to be willing to ask big questions. The commercial construction industry is changing in real time. Everything’s evolving – the tools, technology, and talent available make it possible to do amazing work, but only if we understand. . .
Data is on everyone’s minds these days. When used correctly, data allows us to better understand our productivity, progress and financials. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg of what data can actually do. Talisen Construction uses data to do more than simply generate business, we use our data to build high-value, lasting relationships with. . .
As part of our ongoing discussion of building for the tenant of the future, it’s important to pay attention to a commercial construction model that’s used throughout the world, with the hopes that it will become more widely adopted here in New York City. The design-build approach uses a single entity to provide both design. . .
Building for the Tenant of The Future “Workplaces are the operational level in which strategy succeeds or fails,” writes Cushman & Wakefield in their major report, “The Future of the TMT Workplace: How to Future Proof Your Workplace and Real Estate Strategy for the Age of Digital Disruption”. As we continue our conversation about building for. . .
Major Progress Spawns New Problems: Solutions for NYC’s Built Environment New York City, a thriving metropolis where social, political and technological breakthroughs happen daily. As the city’s focus shifts constantly for the sake of progress, there will be topics that are neglected, even ignored, and the consequences catastrophic. Issues not unlike the energy crisis, poverty, global. . .
These 3 Trends Will Revolutionize Your Office Design Let’s say that the average American spends 40 hours at work and about 7 hours a night sleeping; that means that 34% of waking hours are spent at work. With that in mind, office design and work space becomes very important. These 3 trends have been shown. . .