Office relocation Management
CAS is successful in the logistical management of both large and small relocation projects for high profile clients both as specific assignments and in parallel with technical and architectural design.
This experience is broad spectrum leading to the high level management of complex, critical projects where large numbers of staff are being relocated.
Areas where CAS has added real benefit are:
The detailed analysis of user requirements, assisting in backroom systems delivery and the “up front” trading floor management of technology has allowed a seamless schedule of activities to be brought together, CAS being the catalyst that ensures all responsible client services are brought together.
Due to the strategic planning and management roles CAS is able to provide, the concept of setting up a project office for the relocation is one that has been well received in the past. CAS considers that the successful relocation projects are those where the facilities, IT and building contract areas are managed from one central project office as shown below:
The end result is that there is one place to go for any management decisions and when the staff are relocated this is implemented with clear controls to include:
Dependent upon the size and complexity of the project ideally, the central project office should be set up a minimum of 12 months in advance of the initial relocation.