Engineers thrive through a balance of informal and formal spaces that support knowledge sharing, innovation and productivity
The aerospace market is growing, especially in regional clusters, like Colorado, and a company’s ability to support worker preferences plays a role in remaining the top choice in the field.
By meeting with, listening to, and understanding the evolving demands and needs of engineers, our experts have established an understanding of their unique work environment and technology needs. In the Aerospace sector, these environments must meet employers’ confidentiality and security goals within corporate standards while incorporating thoughtful amenities to attract and retain the best talent to remain competitive. When considering the varying engineer work styles, most people require a place to focus, but also desire the flexibility to quickly collaborate on a task or converse with coworkers. From private workstations to huddle rooms with soft seating and collaborative settings, having a balance of informal and formal spaces that support knowledge sharing, innovation and productivity is key to establishing an innovative and collaborative working atmosphere.