Embracing a digital-first strategy is the quickest route to achieving Net Zero in building design.

07 Mar 24

In today’s rapidly changing landscape, owning and operating real estate presents more challenges than ever before. The industry is evolving at an unprecedented pace, compelling the industry to navigate a series of unparalleled obstacles and transformations that require our highest attention and adaptability. This evolution is driven by five key trends:

1. Capital Markets
2. Rising expenses
3. Climate change
4. Assets obsolesce
5. Digital Transformation (AI, Automation)

This paper sheds light on the pressing need for corrective actions from a digital transformation perspective.

It combines 15 companies’ global experience and provides a clear path for change, addressing the major shift happening in the workplace. It showcases technology within buildings as the fulcrum for enhancing sustainability, wellness and efficiencies while safeguarding the asset value. This helps to avoid obsolescence through non-compliance with the latest EU carbon reduction regulations and helps to amend failures to meet tenant demands for highly connected, data sharing environments. Integrating digital solutions offers a more rapid and cost-effective approach to safeguarding real estate value, which is virtually impossible using the current resource heavy processes alone.