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Planning for and optimally managing a portfolio of building space—an office, a warehouse, a school district, or an entire communications plant—is challenging. GIS can be used in any sized organization, from a one building facility to a world-wide portfolio, in both the private and public sectors.

Planning and Site Selection

Government, schools and hospitals all oversee a sizable inventory of real property. GIS can help effectively manage these assets including land, infrastructure, and buildings. GIS supports many workflows, integrates with standard systems, and supports many guidelines and models. Using GIS, you are empowered to make the best decision about where to locate your next office building, plant, store, or campus.

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Portfolio Optimization and Resource Allocation

Pressure from market slowdowns mean brokers, appraisers and commercial real estate managers need to find properties that fit their needs exactly and optimize their management. With a list of site location criteria, including demographics, transportation, income, and education levels matched with available property, site options can be viewed and managed from a map.

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Space Utilization

Space utilization, optimization and rationalization, departmental grouping and/or distribution are all business processes best served by a visual interface. GIS allows these workflows to span multiple floors, buildings, campuses, and regions, to organize resources to produce the greatest productivity.

Featured Case Study

When NASA’s Langley Research Center in Virginia, was confronted with the possibility of dramatically reduced future budgets, they came up with forward-thinking options to downsize the infrastructure on the 800-acre campus.

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