Volume 6 (2016-17)

Each volume of Corporate Real Estate Journal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in the current volume, Volume 6, are:

Volume 6 Number 4

  • Editorial: Corporate real estate’s influence on the employee experience
    Colette Temmink, Cushman & Wakefield
  • When will traditional real estate catch up to the modern world? A professional services occupier view
    Andrew O’Donnell, EY
  • Lease accounting with the Gershwin Brothers and The Rolling Stones: Part 1
    Marc A. Maiona, LeaseCalcs
  • Vested outsourcing in corporate real estate and facilities management
    Kate Vitasek, University of Tennessee and Ingrid Fenn, SIREAS
  • Measuring and managing the workplace for knowledge worker productivity
    Karen Plum, Andrew Mawson, Advanced Workplace Associates and Jan Johnson, Allsteel
  • The future of FM: Integrating asset management planning practices to lead transformation change
    Thomas L. Mitchell, Jr., FM3IS Associates
  • Scenario planning and the future of work: There is a better way to predict the future of work
    Arnold Craig Levin, Smith Group
  • What is in the new workplace environment? A consideration of the impact of well-being factors on corporate office provision
    Steve Wright, TTSP Architects and Interior Designers

Volume 6 Number 3

  • Editorial: The rise of membership-based occupancy agreements for corporates and their potential impact on the property industry
    Alan Scott
  • Papers: The real world of real estate: How economics and geopolitics affect occupiers
    Richard Barkham and Richard Holberton, CBRE
  • Lease accounting compliance: An opportunity at work
    David Stillebroer and Erik Jaspers, Planon Corporation
  • The service provider’s dilemma: Applying two behavioural economic theories to CRE purchasing
    Jeff Lessard, Cushman & Wakefield Strategic Consulting
  • A glimpse into the future of facility and maintenance management: A case study of augmented reality
    Michael May, University of Applied Sciences, Michael Clauss, Chemnitz University of Technology and Philipp Salzman, Sybac Solar
  • The future of work will change everything
    Peter J. Miscovich, JLL
  • How modern working helped the city of Bristol unlock opportunities to repurpose challenging real estate
    Richard Billingham, Bristol City Council and Alison White, PLACEmaking
  • Bridging the divide: Reducing operating expenses and pursuing sustainability in leased spaces
    Deborah Cloutier, Jack Davis and Jake Dowling, JDM Associates

Volume 6 Number 2

  • Editorial: Behind the curtain: Exploring the mysteries between the service provider and end user experience
    Philip H. Grossberg, North America Service Delivery Director, Employee Services, Unilever
  • Papers: Smart, connected and dangerous: Assessing the impact of digital business on real estate
    David Karpook, Strategic Business Consultant, Planon Corporation
  • The workplace paradox: Findings from Gensler’s US and UK 2016 Workplace Surveys
    Janet Pogue McLaurin Principal and Tim Pittman, Senior Associate, Gensler
  • Optimising asset value through world class asset management strategies 
    Catherine Lai (Miners), CEO, Albest International, and Brenna Walraven, Corporate Sustainability Strategies
  • Risk allocation issues in commercial leases — updated
    Alan Di Sciullo, Director of Global Real Estate, Shearman & Sterling
  • Finding the ‘next big thing’: US Department of Energy’s high impact technologies
    Amy Jiron, US Department of Energy and Collin Weber, Associate Director, Navigant Consulting
  • An investigation into the added value of integrated facility management as perceived by suppliers
    Hester van Sprang, Senior Lecturer and Researcher in Facility Management and Real Estate Management, and Brenda H. Groen, Associate Professor, the Experience and Service Design Research Group, Saxion University of Applied Science, The Netherlands

Volume 6 Number 1

  • Editorial: Potential impacts of Brexit on the UK real estate market
    Deian Rhys, Christian Silk and Erin Rose, Simmons and Simmons
  • Corporate real estate portfolio management: A strategy- and sustainability-based approach for heterogeneous industrial portfolios
    Thomas Glatte and Daniela Schneider, BASF
  • Offshore wind: A new industry in the UK, market pressures, and how Siemens Real Estate, the Siemens CRE team, has worked to develop a collaborative relationship with suppliers and government during the development of a unique asset in Hull, UK
    Shaun Cray, Siemens Real Estate
  • Social and physical value creation in Norwegian organisations  
    Knut Boge and Alenka Temeljotov Salaj, Oslo Business School and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences
  • Value Adding Management (VAM) of buildings and facility services in four steps
    Theo van der Voordt, Department of Management in the Built Environment, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology, Per Anker Jensen, Centre for Facilities Management, Realdania Research, Technical University of Denmark, Jan Gerard Hoendervanger, Hanze University of Applied Sciences and Feike Bergsma, Hospitality Business School, Saxion University
  • Should Cost modelling: The impending end of design pricing approach in corporate real estate delivery
    Barbara Chomicka, International Association for Contract and Commercial Management
  • Don’t leave money on the table when selling corporate real estate assets — Real estate transactions do not need to be a liability any more: A case study on selling CRE assets in a transparent manner
    Allan Kehlet Rieck and Kees van der Linden, True-Market-Value
  • A new era in corporate real estate outsourcing
    Maureen Ehrenberg, JLL
  • Commercial office leases in the USA: Financial risk transfer and the loss of innovation
    Terry Barger, Cyberlease and Glen Wong, Transwestern