Sanjana Saluja

  • Why music venues are spending millions on renovations

    Why music venues are spending millions on renovations

    Music concerts are getting increasingly more extravagant and expensive, a testament to their importance for performers who now rely heavily on ticket sales compared to selling albums.

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  • Re-engineering Milestone Systems

    Re-engineering Milestone Systems

    JLL supported Milestone in locating a new space and managing a build-out that reflects their company culture.

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  • How hotels are meeting the demand for quality meeting space

    How hotels are meeting the demand for quality meeting space

    Whether they’re hosting a conference for 300 out-of-town guests or an away-day for a 30-strong team from a local company, hotel meeting and event spaces are in high-demand.

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  • Consolidating to maximize space-efficiency and collaboration

    Consolidating to maximize space-efficiency and collaboration

    Aurecon’s brief was to consolidate their existing office from four levels into two and undertake a full refurbishment that maximised opportunities for staff collaboration; all whilst remaining in full

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  • How workplace design drives productivity for employees of all ages

    How workplace design drives productivity for employees of all ages

    There are many ways in which businesses can design their workspace to boost productivity and attract talent, while also keeping costs to a minimum.

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  • Opening up-to operational effectiveness

    Opening up-to operational effectiveness

    When it comes to Silicon Valley, the war for talent is fierce. In recognition of this, Cisco decided to renovate its entire campus headquarters in order to vie for the best of the best.

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  • Corporates join start-ups in converted warehouses

    Corporates join start-ups in converted warehouses

    Converted warehouses and former industrial precincts just outside major cities have long provided inventive office space and environs for plucky tech starts-ups and creative agencies.

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  • Creating space for innovation

    Creating space for innovation

    In order to optimize operational workflow, JLL helped Boart Longyear consolidate five separate facilities into one large facility that capitalized on the synergies between their different departments.

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  • Design for life: Rethinking the office to promote activity

    Design for life: Rethinking the office to promote activity

    Office life has traditionally been sedentary, but as more companies and their employees prioritise healthier lifestyles, workplaces are finding new ways to get people moving.

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  • Establishing diversity for athletics and academics

    Establishing diversity for athletics and academics

    JLL was engaged with UNG to create a highly-efficient and flexible facility to support a diversity of athletic, academic, and co-curricular activities at its flagship campus in Dahlonega.

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  • Are university campuses turning into mini smart cities?

    Are university campuses turning into mini smart cities?

    Universities are experimenting with AI and big data to improve how students live and learn on campus

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  • Constructing a sustainable and functional Interface

    Constructing a sustainable and functional Interface

    In pursuit of getting all Atlanta based employees under one roof, JLL helped Interface move in-town with the vision of sustainability and wellness.

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  • Building bridges for the future

    Building bridges for the future

    Latin School of Chicago is a selective private elementary, middle, and high school located in the Gold Coast neighbourhood on the Near North Side of Chicago.

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  • Sustainable design features that improve user experience, health, and productivity

    Sustainable design features that improve user experience, health, and productivity

    Focusing on indoor environmental quality to optimize building performance and enhance employee productivity, attentiveness, and well-being.

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  • Modern stadiums boost their foodie credentials

    Modern stadiums boost their foodie credentials

    From fast food classics to steak, sushi and salad, stadiums are revamping both their facilities and their menus to span street food and chef-led restaurants.

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  • Breathing new life into America’s first YMCA

    Breathing new life into America’s first YMCA

    America’s first YMCA – YMCA of Greater Boston – needed a makeover.

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  • Delivering an integrated fitout throughout a commercial office tower

    Delivering an integrated fitout throughout a commercial office tower

    AMP Capital’s brief was to complete the entire seismic and building upgrade, plus office fitout for a single Tenant to occupy the entire 13-level commercial tower.

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  • Why female-centric spaces are balancing the coworking equation

    Why female-centric spaces are balancing the coworking equation

    Coworking continues to rise in popularity worldwide, but when it comes to gender, it’s become clear that the spaces aren’t always so balanced.

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  • Exceeding expectations: LEED Gold certification for massive conference center

    Exceeding expectations: LEED Gold certification for massive conference center

    The San Francisco Tourism Improvement District (SFTID) needed to renovate its two million-square-foot Moscone Convention Center, the largest convention and exhibition complex in the city.

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  • Workplace canteens take a leaf from healthy food outlets

    Workplace canteens take a leaf from healthy food outlets

    Once known for its limited choice and stodgy food, the office cafeteria is undergoing a major makeover with healthier options and all-day dining increasingly on the menu.

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