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Pipes and Pressure



The workplace needs of today are vastly different from those of the past due to technology and global competition.

The workplace has undergone a significant transformation in recent years, with advances in technology leading to a shift towards remote work and virtual collaboration. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated this trend, as many companies have had to quickly adapt to a remote work model to ensure the safety of their employees. 

However, as we look towards the future, it's clear that the traditional 9-5 office environment may no longer be the norm. Instead, we may envision a more flexible and decentralized workplace. Understanding the function and purpose of these physical spaces will be crucial in determining the business goals behind having them. These spaces should facilitate and support the work that is being done remotely, allowing employees to reconnect and build relationships with their colleagues. The physical space should be designed to promote productivity, creativity, and innovation, while also fostering a sense of community and belonging.

 As we continue to adapt and evolve in response to changing workplace dynamics, it's important to carefully consider how these spaces can support the needs of employees and teams. By envisioning a future workplace that prioritizes flexibility, collaboration, and well-being, we can create a work environment that benefits everyone.


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