CoreNet Young Leaders // Tuesday, February 23 // Virtual
Real Estate Life Cycle Series – Part 2: Designing Your Workplace
CoreNet YL Program’s Committee is excited to announce the launch of a new, 4-part interactive panel series for 2020: The RE Life Cycle Series.
This series will be broken into the following panel discussions: Finding Your Space, Designing Your Space, Workplace Experience, and End User Case Study – with an overall focus on PropTech in the CRE industry.
This second panel is intended to focus on the various processes that go into the design development of a new space, and more specifically, the technologies used to design your space in a way that meets the company’s overall needs.
Our panelists will include representatives from BCCI, CRI, HGA, and Saltmine. They will walk us through an in-depth conversation about the resources they use day today and the ways in which they are changing the game and helping to create a better overall experience for the end-user throughout the design process.
Venue: Zoom (link will be included in the confirmation email)
Schedule: 4:30 - 6:00 pm PT
- Get logged into zoom call: 4:30 – 4:35 pm
- Panel Discussion and Presentation led by Moderator Brandon Thomas: 4:35 – 5:30 pm
- Panel Question/Answer: 5:30 - 5:50pm
- Small Breakout Room Networking – Round 1: 5:20 – 5:40 (to be generated at random)
- Small Breakout Room Networking – Round 2: 5:40 – 5:55 (to be generated at random)
- Thank you! Goodbyes: 5:55 - 6:00pm
Cost: Young Leader Member: Free // Young Leader Non-Members: $10
Only open to Young Leader members (age 35 and under). Limited capacity, register early!
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- Melissa Pesci, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Project Manager, HGA
Melissa is responsible for overall client satisfaction and support of the HGA team from start to finish. Elissa is a licensed architect who brings 12 years of experience in space planning, furniture selection, and interior design. Over the course of her career, she has directed program development and strategic planning for notable organizations in technology and professional services, leading a team of skilled professionals to produce highly original, custom solutions for HGAs clients.
- Ai Hamaji, Director of Creative Services, CRI
Ai Hamaji is a Director of Creative Services at CRI, overseeing the design, ancillary, and marketing teams. Ai has over 20 years of experience in the commercial furniture industry, partnering with manufacturers such as Vitra, Herman Miller, Steelcase, Knoll, and Teknion. Ai has been involved in the design evolution of the workplace and culture from the days of cubicles and executive offices to open benches and phone booths. She is constantly intrigued and energized by clients pushing themselves to realize workspaces where employees can exceed their potential and lead a happy and healthy work-life.
- Megan Boesiger, Designer, BCCI Architecture
Megan holds a Bachelor of Architecture from California Polytechnic State University, using this technical background to blend architectural details with customized interior designs. Her portfolio of work includes projects of all types including residences, hotels, restaurants, and workplaces throughout the United States, Italy, and South America. As a BCCI designer, she focuses on creating tailored workspaces for projects both large and small, all within an integrated delivery team to provide a streamlined and coordinated client experience. She is excited about how the past year’s challenges may affect how we think about the workplace, both as she advises clients on a safe return to the office and as she consults with new clients about creative office spaces for a flexible workforce.
- Liam Clark, Account Manager, Saltmine
Liam is an Interior Designer and design technologist who spent his first years out of college designing offices for global companies from Tech to Legal. His interest has always been how to expand the processes and methods in which the Design process is conducted. This interest led him to explore the IPD process with MMoser Associates and technology-driven Design+Build at Unispace. For the past two years, Liam has been involved in the expansion and roll-out of Cloud-Based Data-Driven Design Technology at Saltmine.
- Moderator: Brandon Thomas, Head of Sales, MASH Studios
Brandon is based in San Francisco and is a Bay Area Native. He has ben immersed in the commercial interior design community for 20 years and has significant B2B sales experience in executive leadership and direct contributor roles, selling to start-up, mid-market, and enterprise companies.
An active musician with a degree in English Literature, Brandon is passionate about creating and expressing, which contributes to his success in collaborating with clients and designers to develop inspired custom solutions.
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