Gaining BOD approval to save money and meet a stringent deadline

October 9, 2018 Sanjana Saluja

                   

The lease for Livefyre’s San Francisco office was about to expire, and the online media firm was in dire need of new space to support the company’s collaborative culture, including staff perks like trivia games and Waffle Wednesdays. The CEO’s original designs were budgeted at $35 per-square-foot more than the Board of Directors was willing to spend. We led a comprehensive Value Engineering process in order to obtain the Board’s approval – and ultimately saved the company $2.3 million. The new offices were completed in seven weeks, just before Livefyre’s lease expired.

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