Global architectural practice, Scott Brownrigg’s Design Strategy Unit (DSU) have enhanced their service offering to clients through a new partnership with workplace specialists iPWC (in the US the DSU collaboration is between Scott Brownrigg’s US operation SB+C and CRUX, the US trading brand for iPWC).
Launched in 2017, the Design Strategy Unit analyses the functional and emotional demands of an organisation’s working environment informing firstly its workplace strategy and ultimately its design brief. Utilising digital tools to engage with a wide range of employees this enables business leaders to quickly and efficiently make informed decisions to align their workplaces with employee needs and business objectives.
The Unit has worked on a global scale with leading companies including Expedia, Unilever, Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, NCR, Chaucer and with RLB, Hoare Lea and The Crown Estate on assessing their properties.
The partnership with iPWC (CRUX in the US) ensures the Unit can effectively address the challenges facing the fast changing nature of workplace. This is particularly pertinent now as companies start to consider what the future of the workplace is in a post Covid world.