EP6: Re-entering the office in a COVID-19 world
Meet our speakers
Head of Consulting, JLL APAC
Tony leads JLL’s Asia Pacific consulting team, delivering innovative portfolio and workplace strategies for clients, and assists with change management strategies across the region.
Tony assists clients to navigate transformation, disruption and uncertainty by aligning corporate real estate strategies to organisational objectives. The outcome provided is actionable strategies that drive meaningful client results by addressing complex business challenges, managing portfolio risks, improving portfolio performance, facilitating organisational change, and future proofing assets in a world of rapid change.
Head of Office Development Services, Charter Hall
Andrew has contributed to the Australian property industry for over 32 years and during this time has delivered more than$11 billion of projects nationally.
At Charter Hall, he leads a significant commercial and tertiary education development pipeline, including the leading application of technology, amenity, workplace and placemaking.
Andrew’s recent projects with Charter Hall include 333 George St Sydney; Aurizon headquarters, Brisbane; and NSW Education Campus, Parramatta.
Rebecca Kent (host)
Businesses across Australia are slowly reopening their offices as stay-at-home-orders ease up. But with coronavirus still posing a risk, the workplace is a whole new ballgame.
Are Perspex screens and tape on every other chair in the office the answer to enforcing safe distancing? And if workers can opt to cycle, or walk or run to work, can showers and change rooms still be available to them safely?
And is Blu-ray the secret to germ-free air conditioning?