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Here’s what to expect with the shift toward remote work The impact of COVID-19 on the American workforce has created seismic shifts toward working from home for people in many industries. For investors, owners and developers, the future of office space, some of which sits vacant as the pandemic lingers, remains in question. Will workers…
Early in the design phase, it’s essential to think about office lighting With so many decisions to make when undertaking a new facility or renovation of an existing business space, it’s easy to put lighting on the back burner. After all, it’s just a lightbulb and switch, right? Not so fast. It turns out lighting…
DBS Group recently finished building a new Bluff View Bank in Holmen, Wisconsin. Located at 1749 Spakenburg Road within the McGilvray Park subdivision, the 3,000-square-foot bank incorporated office space, meeting space, interior teller service and an exterior drive-through canopy. Construction began in mid-August 2020 and was completed in mid-February 2021. Here’s the finished product:
Understanding shifts in the office may bolster success post-pandemic When COVID-19 cases took hold around the world, the pandemic catalyzed seismic shifts in the office environment. And it turns out some of those changes will impact the future of office space longer-term. A recent study by JLL reveals some intriguing new trends emerging during the…
DBS Group has been selected to build a new Bluff View Bank in Holmen, Wisconsin; located at 1749 Spakenburg Road within the McGilvray Park subdivision.
Though we’re still amid COVID-19, it’s already clear that the pandemic will have a lasting impact on tenant needs both short- and long-term.
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DBS Group has been tapped to design and build the new Boys & Girls Club in Holmen, WI. The $6.9M construction project includes the conversion of the existing, 33,000-square-foot former Festival Foods.
As we look ahead to 2020, experts are calling for slower economic growth, meaning development and investment decisions must focus where opportunity is greatest.