Start planning capital expenditure for your project or portfolio up front. Evaluate scope, budget, business strategy and risk to prioritise work against your budget.
Realise the full potential of your space or asset. Before you start work, complete due diligence, feasibility studies, and cost and risk estimates.
Transform your space, making sure every element of the design and construction is closely managed to bring your vision to life.
Implement strategies to reduce energy consumption and operating costs. For new developments and renovations, design buildings and spaces that earn sustainability certifications.
Make informed decisions with building surveys, schedules of condition, construction and development monitoring, dilapidations assessments, planned maintenance, reinstatement cost assessments, and defect analysis and alterations approval.
Introduce new technology and connect systems to enhance the productivity of buildings, workplaces and people. Get access to real-time data to ensure your property or portfolio operates efficiently and creates positive user experiences.
It was in 1979 when international law firm Simmons & Simmons opened their first office in Asia in Hong Kong. The firm occupied two separate office spaces in Admiralty which split the front office (lawyers) from the back office (business support teams) and wanted to bring all staff back under one roof.