MEASURE HOW SPACE IS USED with Utilization Studies

Activity Analysis

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The need for new workplace strategies grows as changes in the workforce accelerates. 

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Support space planning decisions with utilization data that shows “how many people doing what activities in which types of spaces.” That’s what we mean by “activity analysis.”

“Work mode” analysis starts with knowing statistically and specifically where employees get work done: at their desk, in meetings, or somewhere else. 

“Mobility” analysis offers opportunity for alternative workplace strategies. What percent of work gets done by “anchors” (at a desk 4+ days a week, more than 50% of each day)? What about roamers (at their desk less than 50% of a day)? What percent of work is not even done in the workplace?

Workplace performance: a fast start Solution

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Answer questions quickly. “How many meeting spaces do we have? How many square feet is that? What is our ratio of collaboration to focus-work spaces? How do our meeting rooms and open spaces get used throughout the day? By how many people, doing what activities? When does demand exceed availability?” FacilityQuest is where you gather data about space: activity and utilization metrics, change management surveys, photos, IoT sensor feeds and more.

See data visually. Quickly find data layered on floor plans, on heat maps, one space at a time or aggregated across a department. 



WHAT TO EXPECT

  • With no software for you to learn, FacilityQuest gathers floor plans and existing data from you.

  • We visually document the spaces you care about, layering it all on floor plans (and we’ll work with you to fill any gaps).

  • On a dashboard, you instantly see allocations of space, and can compare meeting spaces with focused work areas, for instance.

  • We set up your utilization studies or surveys, and manage every step of the process.

  • After data collection, we help you understand the heat maps and reports, and send you customized analysis that informs your decision-making.

 
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Look for patterns and outliers in the way space is used.

Look for patterns and outliers in the way space is used.

Understand the mobility of employees: how often are they in the office? When they come in, are they at a desk, or roaming around at meetings?

Understand the mobility of employees: how often are they in the office? When they come in, are they at a desk, or roaming around at meetings?