Commercial property

Commercial property

Changes in technology and societal and demographic shifts are presenting stakeholders in the commercial property sector with both opportunities and challenges. Intelligent buildings rely on end users having apps with smartphone technology to control their environment, and data analytics are playing an increasingly important role in shaping the future brief and design of buildings.

At Currie & Brown, our culture is to work closely alongside our clients to meet these challenges. Our experience and cross-fertilisation of ideas from other schemes allows us to keep our clients at the forefront of developments in new ways of working. Whether for investors, developers, occupiers or acquirers, we have a proven capability of applying our knowledge and expertise to help deliver objectives and create long-term sustainable success.

Realising the vision

The world is becoming an increasingly sophisticated and ever more interconnected environment. Users and occupiers of office space have access to information and knowledge that is forming and stretching their vision of what a high-quality work environment can deliver for their business and people.

However, great design projects, whether architectural or interior space planning, must be delivered in the most efficient and effective way possible to bring the design vision to life and ensure an appropriate total cost of ownership for the investor.

Currie & Brown helps clients achieve that reality with superior project cost and execution consultancy services including design and planning, construction, occupation and portfolio management.

Specialised services

The Currie & Brown portfolio of commercial property services is directly aligned to the needs of our clients.

Investors:

  • Asset due diligence
  • Financial analysis – IRR, profit and yield
  • Development potential
  • Asset review
  • Disciplined business planning
  • Tenure and tenancies
  • Location

Developers:

  • Development potential
  • Planning
  • Avoiding obsolescence
  • Construction costs and programme
  • Procurement and market trends
  • Buildability/fit-for-purpose
  • Third-party issues

Occupiers:

  • Corporate metrics
  • High-quality sustainable specification
  • Operational business costs/FM
  • Productivity
  • Attracting and retaining the best talent
  • Flexible space for future-proofing
  • Increased occupational density/variety of work spaces

Contact

For further information please contact:

Andrew Moore

andrew.moore@curriebrown.com