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Corporate Consulting

A real estate strategy that supports and drives business performance is critical in today’s operating environment.

​​​​​​​​​​A strategy should be designed to maximise commercial leverage by using all the levers available to an organisation be it the real estate market, competitive environment or internal structures.

Our corporate clients face a myriad of challenges every day, from accommodating headcount growth without increasing costs to developing long-term plans for markets that could change in the blink of an eye. Our Corporate Consulting team specialises in working with clients to develop real estate solutions that maximise the value of their real estate portfolio while supporting business goals.

Throughout the process we ensure that the value real estate contributes to the organisation is optimised, long-term occupancy costs are minimised and our client’s risk exposure is minimised.

Our Corporate Consulting specialists combine a wide range of experience across different industries and disciplines. They are well connected to our global network of professionals to leverage best practices and help clients maximise the value of their real estate portfolio.

Our professionals can provide the following core services:

  • Portfolio strategy and planning

  • Workplace strategy

  • Business location advisory

  • Master planning

  • Retail consulting

  • Merger and acquisition due diligence and integration

  • Corporate real estate organisation design and process improvement

Research and news

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Perspectives on Productivity

Productivity is on the agenda of corporate Australia. Why? In an increasingly competitive and global marketplace, productivity is seen as key to profitability.


Corporate Real Estate Survey 2013
CRE is at the crossroads, tasked by the C-suite to shift the focus from cost to value creation. Do you have the right strategies in place to deliver both?

Find out more in our report Australian Corporate Real Estate Trends 2013