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Vincent Dermody

Managing Director, CohnReznick Australia Pty Ltd.

A new sense of purpose for the built world highlights the need to prioritize health in business strategy

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the importance of health over profit. Today businesses are emphasizing health and well-being through the use of data analytics, automation, and updated wellness strategies for employees and occupiers.

Making our buildings healthier will require investment, so let’s make it count

10/2/2020 | Vincent Dermody

To overcome COVID-19 and prepare for future crises, building owners must develop long-term investment plans toward operating smarter and healthier. Read more.

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Prioritizing health in real estate strategy: CohnReznick’s Healthy Building Framework

9/30/2020

CohnReznick’s Healthy Space Framework is a fast, efficient means to help you get there. Use it to determine how your smart assets and healthy building strategies and infrastructure would fare across a spectrum of intelligence and healthy building factors — and then help graduate your properties from smart to truly trusted.

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The evolution of buildings, from automated to trusted

Explore how events and advancements have shifted the real estate industry’s focus over time, and learn what business, human, and community needs companies will need to address to move forward.

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REAL ESTATE: How coronavirus will shape the smart workplaces of the future

3/31/2020 | Vincent Dermody

In a post-pandemic world, office building design priorities will need to shift from function to the purpose of the space and the behavior of the people occupying it.

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Motili PropTech Interview Series: Vincent Dermody

9/30/2020

Motili PropTech interviews Vincent Dermody, Managing Director, CohnReznick.

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Intelligent Space: The next step for smart buildings

6/28/2019 | Ross Miller, Vincent Dermody

Ongoing digitization has spurred significant demand for connected buildings around the world, and Australian developers are rising to the challenge.

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Life enhanced by disruptive technology

New technologies can provide insights into occupant behaviors and enable building owners and operators to design human-centric environments that prioritize social interaction and collaboration. As office space becomes a commodity, these customer-focused services will drive value in commercial real estate.

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