BOP bruppacher office project realizes a multitude of projects with different requirements and challenges. Here are two interesting working examples from our portfolio:
BBL Federal Office for Buildings and Logistics
Relocation management FUB
The space required in the existing premises of the FUB had to be checked according to the medium-term needs of the user and redistributed according to the federal office standard. The space was reallocated based on the new organizational chart and the new medium-term workforce. At the same time, the furniture was adapted to the BBL standard.
Relocation management should be implemented according to the schedule and with the specified needs. Since the glazing was carried out in existing areas, it was important to generate as little downtime as possible and to create the best possible castling planning. The aim was to save space as much as possible, and thus be able to give up rented space and thus save costs.
The implementation ran smoothly from the needs assessment to the inventory of the existing furniture to the detailed planning and accompaniment of the moves. All goals were achieved both in terms of time and costs, so that the FUB can meet its additional personnel requirements in the existing space over the next few years.
Tax administration canton BE
"New APK" New workplace concept, relocation management
The furniture remains largely the same. Adjustments can be discussed within the framework of the current furniture budget. Cantonal requirements (e.g. with regard to job size, etc.) must be observed. Employees should be able to express their opinion and feel included in the decision-making processes. A good flow of information and communication must be maintained at all times. As few employees as possible should be moved. However, around 300 jobs / employees should be expected to be affected.
The overall concept for spatial planning at Brünnenstrasse 66 has been created so that the additional space requirements can be met. The individual organizational units have enough space and are spatially concentrated. As a result of the general density of workplaces and increasing home office options, modern forms of work such as shared desks should also become possible.
The implementation ran smoothly from the needs assessment to the inventory of the existing furniture to the detailed planning and accompaniment of the moves. All goals were achieved both in terms of time and costs, so that SV can meet its additional personnel requirements in the existing space over the next few years.