Volume 5 (2015-16)

Each volume of Corporate Real Estate Journal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 5 were:

Volume 5 Number 4

  • Editorial: Where will innovations in corporate real estate come from?
    Glen Wong 
  • UniCredit workplace transformation: From smart working to next-generation spaces
    Klaus Sandbiller, Davide Rimonta, and Paolo Gencarelli, UniCredit Business Integrated Solutions
  • The rise of co-working: A growing workplace movement 
    Kylie Roth and Nicole Mirchandani, Knoll
  • Real estate sustainability strategy and green building development in Singapore 
    Yvonne Soh, Singapore Building Council
  • Explorative research into the significance of activities of the corporate real estate management organisation in different places of the merger and acquisition process
    Barry Bontekoning, Rianne Appel-Meulenbroek, Jos Smeets, Eindhoven University of Technology, and Yvette Ramakers, EY Real Estate Advisory
  • Evolutions in next-generation integrated facilities management (IFM) outsourcing contracts: Implications for corporate real estate, facilities management and procurement executives
    Monte Marcum, Trascent
  • Data centres: Unprecedented opportunity for positive impact 
    David Horowitz, Iron Mountain

Volume 5 Number 3

  • Editorial: The Democratisation of knowledge - The battle between common knowledge and proprietary knowledge
    Marc Maiona, President, LeaseCalcs 
  • The future of outsourcing and perspectives for the corporate real estate and facility management industries 
    Peter Ankerstjerne, Chief Marketing Officer, ISS World Services A/S, Kyle Brown,Futurist and Research Analyst, CIFS, Jeffrey Saunders, Director, CIFS
  • The smart way to use corporate real estate 
    Debra Ward, Managing Director, EMEA, Condeco
  • Value engineering: A collaborative method to increase return on real estate assets 
    Richard W. Sievert, Jr, Director and Lead Facilitator, Value Engineering Studies and Workshop Programmes, Drexel University
  • Corporate real estate black swan strategies: Beyond probability and resilience 
    David M. Higgins, Associate Professor, RMIT University and Treshani Perera, Quantity Surveying Lecturer, University of Moratuwa
  • The future of integrated facility management: A convergence of business trends is driving dynamic transformation and a new paradigm for integrated facility management in 2016 
    Maureen Ehrenberg, International Director, Integrated FM, America, JLL
  • Coming of age: Is demand for flexible workspace changing the office market? 
    Jonathan Weinbrenn, Senior Director, The Instant Group
  • The transformation of CRE technology with the digital workplace 
    Nancy Sanquist, Associate AIA RE&WS Industry Strategist, Trimble
  • High-performance design, big data and energy management: Three critical aspects of smart buildings 
    Daniel R. Stonecipher, CEO and Founding Principal, IMMERSIVx and Geoff Williams, General Manager, Centre for Health & Safety Innovation


Volume 5 Number 2

  • Editorial: The Status Quo and future of CRE research
    Rianne Appel-Meulenbroek, Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Accelerating cross-functional alignment: A new workplace strategy at Toyota 
    Myra Chung, Stephanie Verabian, Toyota Motor Sales, and Anita Kamouri, Iometrics, Inc.
  • Translating user needs into high-quality real estate solutions aligned with today’s business drivers: Prominent CRE executives responsible for global portfolios provide insights and best practices 
    Robert Paratte, Kilroy Realty Corporation
  • Sustainability: Mitigating a waste epidemic 
    Tom Carpenter and Anita Kedia, Waste Management Sustainability Services
  • Rethinking density in contemporary workplace environments 
    Agustin Chevez, Steve Coster, Hassell, Cameron McIntosh and Paul Sloman, Arup
  • Best practice space optimisation for office buildings 
    Michael May, University of Applied Sciences (HTW)
  • Commercial office space: Time for a workplace intervention 
    Sheila Botting, Deloitte Canada
  • Smart and sustainable buildings: Smart buildings with a higher comfort level, improved usage and decreased energy use 
    Martine Verhoeven, Rik Maaijen and Bart Brink, Royal Haskoning DHV

Volume 5 Number 1

  • Editorial
    Tony Gill, Principal, Gill Advisors
  • In search of hidden treasure: Finding funds for building upgrades
    Allison Porter, VP, Sustainability Services, Cushman & Wakefield
  • Managing real estate cybersecurity: A very real risk
    Mark Brown, Executive Director, Cyber Security & Resilience, EY
  • Innovation by the numbers (Part 2): Implications and opportunities for the emerging role of advanced analytics in the workplace
    Robert T. Osgood, Principal, Flad Architects
  • Uses and implications of virtual data room features for corporate real estate due diligence
    Kevin Timson, Director, Business Development, Global Capital Markets, RR Donnelley
  • Developing BBVA's vision for its headquarters building into a successful project
    Martin Murphy, Director, Claims Group, Hill International
  • Manufacturers moving closer to consumers: New technologies and mass customisation shift global trends
    Guy Douetil, Managing Director, EMEA Corporate Solutions, Colliers International
  • Occupant experience provides the next important opportunity for differentiating commercial offices
    David Pogue, Global Director of Corporate Responsibility, CBRE and Donna Laquidara-Carr, Manager, Green Research & Communication, Dodge Data & Analytics
  • Greening up our cities: Bringing new value to new spaces in the Paris region
    Ingrid Nappi-Choulet, Professor and Researcher and Simon Labussière, Chair for Real Estate, ESSEC Business School