Our approach to asset management adopts global best practice standards of ISO 55000 paired with our philosophy of optimising our clients' investment in property, assets and associated technologies. We do this through delivering the following core services:
Property investors and occupiers around the world are challenged by the rapidly evolving influence of technology impacting the workplace.
Both traditional and technological factors drive the commercial property requirements for acquisition, design, construction and management of effective property solutions. As the corporate and institutional occupier market is demanding more from their workplaces than ever before property owners and investors are having to adapt their traditional business models in response to these influences.
We provide the professional services required to plan, acquire and divest your property portfolio:
Spatia specialise in creating workspaces that excite and challenge your workforce, delivering end to end strategy, design and construction of working environments that meet the growing demands of people, space and technology.
Spatia provides specialised workplace transformation expertise for corporate and government clients, supported by a deep capability in workplace design, construction, change management and transition. Since our establishment, we have designed and delivered many unique and sustainable working environments across Australia and New Zealand.
Workplace and workspace strategies that increase workplace utilisation, streamline asset management and ultimately improve workforce performance.
Site identification & acquisition planning including site search, business case, negotiation and acquisition (Heads of Agreement, Agreement for Lease & Lease)
Specialist Activity Based Working (ABW) expertise. Education and support of the workforce through organisational change, the real estate impact and how your people can thrive in a new environment.
End to end project management including cost (estimation / budgeting, oversight, reporting, financial processing), programme and quality management.
Architecture, interior (space studies through to detailed documentation) and building services design including technology services utilising 3D BIM technology (ArchiCad).
Heritage (local or state), local authority, land owner, building owner and client approvals processing including stakeholder management and design / environmental statements.
Procurement and delivery of all construction trades, site management, construction and certification ensuring the compliant delivery of fit out works to enable Occupation Certificate.
Relocation management including strategic planning, scheduling, stakeholder management and supply of all resources required to seamlessly transition people, documents, furniture and technology.
Our approach is client focused, supporting change through collaboration with the client team to develop innovative solutions.
Incorporating our core Workplace Change, Design, Construction & Transition team leaders, we combine our experience with your in-house property & facilities, human resources and technology expertise in our endeavour to provide workplace transformation solutions that enable your workforce to be their best.
With our unique blend of strategic, analytical, creative and technical expertise, our team can offer you:
For Spatia and our clients, being digital is about leveraging technology to deliver traditional asset management services in a completely new way.
Digital means different things to different people. It is most commonly linked with technology enablement (e.g. conversion of paper based information to a form that can be stored, retrieved, analysed and managed by computer) or as a means of communicating and engaging with an audience.
When we talk Digital in an asset management context, we talk about 'Digital Infrastructure & Systems', 'Digital Real Estate' and the impact of technology on improving how we have traditionally undertaken the management of infrastructure and real estate assets.
Digital infrastructure within an asset management context typically comprises a public or private communications network (e.g. satellite, fibre, cellular or wifi) that connects a facility, it’s plant and equipment assets and their embedded sensors, monitors and controllers.
Digital systems are the information management platforms and applications that use the digital infrastructure to communicate real time visibility of a facility’s operating environment and performance.
It is this technology mix that supports our day to day voice, messaging & data requirements and the emerging system2system or machine2machine networks that are poised to become ubiquitous across all future infrastructure and real estate assets, ultimately improving how traditional property / facility and asset management services are provided.
Digital real estate is the tenure that secures the rights of occupancy for the communications infrastructure and supporting facilities (Digital Infrastructure) on or within terrestrial land, property & building estates.
We provide the professional property and asset management services required by owners and managers of infrastructure estates (REIT’s, resource companies, utilities, broadcasters, data centre operators, entertainment organisations and other business operators).
In undertaking digital transitions within their asset portfolios, our clients are typically pursuing the following smart asset management outcomes;