Aligning with your organization’s strategies, plans and goals, we perform top-down (WPIX/POR) interviews to determine your future space needs. We also address workflow and critical adjacencies. These findings are then documented in a report which includes short-term and long-term useable square footage requirements.
Agency Relocation Project Leaders
The Office of Central Services (OCS) recognizes that relocating a team or an entire government agency is very demanding and time consuming. Consequently, it is strongly recommended that agencies assign a minimum of two staff members as Agency Project Leaders, to facilitate the respective Agency tasks and deliverables throughout the moving process.
Agency Project Leader Responsibilities
The Agency Project Leaders are required to:
justify the need for additional space or programming request
identify appropriate funding for space and capital requirements.
participate in project meetings
maintain open lines of communication with OCS
adhere to the project schedule
assign tasks to the organization’s Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) when appropriate
meet deliverable deadlines
ask questions and provide respective agencies specific feedback
An Agency's Relocation Roles and Responsibilities
Throughout the relocation project, an Agency's roles and responsibilities include:
Participating in the space programming Programmatic Planning Process, which includes:
Complete initial surveys
Work with A/E firm to review information
Signoff of the final report
Reviewing the “Test Fit” to confirm that the proposed space is adequate to meet agency needs.
Reviewing construction drawings on a periodic basis, until completed with final sign-off on plans.
Reconfirm that the agency still has appropriate funding for space and capital requirements.