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CBRE and Skanska launch a new contest for Romanian offices


CBRE's office division launches the first contest held in Romania, says Razvan Iorgu, managing director of the company. The CBRE's initiative, implemented in partnership with Skanska, one of the leading builders and developers in the world, aims to discover, promote and reward the most beautiful office in Bucharest.

2016-05-31 13:31:11 - by Bogdan Tudorache

Competition will be called "The Most Office", will run for a period of several months and will include enrollment office applications participating in the competition, in the form of photo and video material that will be published online platform dedicated to the contest.

Entries will be judged and scored by a jury made both from professionals in fields related to the industry of real estate, and from students and young graduates participating in CBRE Junior Academy, the training program's organizer, in their capacity as future users and beneficiaries of spaces office.

"Through this project initiated in partnership with Skanska we aim to develop the real estate industry and to highlight the importance that the offices have for companies and for their employees. CBRE promotes globally the concept of new ways of working; after some measurements, evaluations and analyzes of the use of premises and occupancy offices, and taking into account the specific users activity space and profile employees who use it, identify how to redevelop the office, to value human potential, creativity, teamwork, brainstorming. They all translate into increased efficiency of employees in companies, better results, but also in a more relaxing and enjoyable work environment for employees," says Razvan Iorgu.

Aurelia Luca, country director, Skanska Romania, said that the initiative involvement in The Most Office with CBRE came as a natural result of the fact that Skanska projects are characterized by quality and innovation.

"As developers of office buildings, when starting a new project, we put the spotlight on people who will work in them, and we strive to offer a work environment that's more attractive through innovative design and technology, green solutions and other facilities," she says.

"We believe that the workspace is one of the tools of HR as a means of attracting and retention of employees. We are therefore interested to see the vision of the youngest, about how it should look like an office so as to be functional, to keep a healthy work environment, relaxing and yet versatile. In addition, being a competition for companies, we are interested in architecture and design depending on the business profile and personality of the employer, to take the pulse on new ways of working in different industries such as telecommunication, banking, pharma and many others," says Aurelia Luca.


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