Office Space and Infrastructure

JP Reis is dedicated to creating the most productive, fit for purpose office spaces and trading floors. In recent years, wide area networks and remote working, wireless local area networks [WLANs] , mobile devices, Cloud Computing, big data and the Internet of Things [IoT] have all added to the challenge of achieving this goal.

While these technologies bring benefits of speed, flexibility, intelligence and business continuity they also make it harder to protect against evolving security threats and they add complexity to maintaining regulatory compliance.

JP Reis are experts in financial trading communications technology

Technology Transformation

Managing technology transformation is our core expertise and we also provide integrated design and implementation of the workspace and its technology infrastructure. We add the most value when we are able to analyse your usage profiles and assess your infrastructure holistically. When you are moving locations or refreshing your current space it is also essential to factor technology in early in the process. By doing these things we can help make significant savings while achieving a comfortable working environment with intelligent infrastructure that enables flexible modern working practices.

Contact us if your want to:

  • Refresh your current space
  • Upgrade your systems or infrastructure
  • Troubleshoot your current infrastructure
  • Relocate or consolidate
  • Repurpose an existing space

Building Information Modelling

We have consistently championed the concept of Smart Spaces whereby technology is integrated to facilitate flexible working practices. We are also represented by Greg Collins on the Building Information Modelling [BIM] Steering Committee.

BIM enables designers, owners and users to collaborate in the planning stages of a building project to optimise designs and test them virtually before they are built. It enables engineers, contractors and suppliers to integrate complex components, cutting out waste and reducing the risk of errors.