AREA3 has recently been acquired by BGIS, a global leader in the provision of facility management, project delivery, energy and sustainability, asset management, workplace advisory, and real estate services.
Leadership is hard to define, but often referred to. After all, who doesn’t want to think of themselves as a leader? But is leadership something that’s inherent to someone’s personality? Or can it be taught?
Cloud gaming refers to a remotely played games, streamed to a screen from a cloud storage facility. This differs significantly from four decades of in-home entertainment, where gamers would normally purchase a console, PC or mobile device that would provide
In the fast-paced world of data centre construction, the programme is king. Coordinating the long lead times of specialist equipment with complex onsite construction and fit out methodologies is crucial to ensuring success.
What does operational excellence mean to you? And how does it differ from operations? I have often heard the question: What are operations? What benefits do operations add and what value do they bring to a business?"
Swinburne University of Technology is a large and multi-campus institution with a mission to be a pre-eminent university in the Asia Pacific. To support its rapidly expanding position in the education market
Workplace safety is an essential, but often overlooked part of our lives. It is easy to put on the back burner, but prevention is always much better than creating a retrospective fix. I attended a SAFETY workshop at the Sydney
With energy prices on the rise, and pressure on big business to go green, companies must look for smarter location options to build their sustainable infrastructure. This, coupled with the increasing temperatures across the globe
Since joining the team at AREA3 last year, I have been thrust into multiple projects with a range of clients who have all faced their own challenges in achieving Project Delivery. It’s been a learning curve which I have relished,
The construction industry is booming again! This, coupled with the shortage of labour and the fear factor of being ‘Opal Towered’, it is no surprise that construction costs continue to rise in 2019. A rise in costs usually means tighter