Energy

Energy is volatile, but that could work in your favor, especially when it comes to your real estate options.

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The energy industry is volatile. And, we understand more than most how the demand for space fluctuates with the price of the commodities involved.

Timing rules the industry. We know which kinds of companies — upstream, midstream and downstream — are likely to need space at which times, and we can help you plan accordingly. Leases require flexibility to accommodate growth, which comes in two forms—acquisitive and organic—both of which we discuss with our clients often. We partner exclusively with occupiers to develop unbiased real estate strategies that account for all contingencies, while saving costs.

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Office Occupier Q4 2022
Market-Research
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Q4 2022 Edmonton Office Occupier

In the final quarter of 2022, the Edmonton office market continued to experience vacancy pressure as total vacancy increased slightly to 19.66 percent, which is an increase of half a percent from the previous quarter. Net absorption for Q4 calculated at approximately negative 160,000 square feet for the greater Edmonton area.
Meeting
Blog
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Are You Prepared To Have Your Employees In The Workplace?

What are the top issues you need to address before you reopen your office if you haven’t already? If your answer solely discusses social distancing, you’re only addressing one aspect of a safe work environment. Other critical topics could make or break your return plans.
Zac Conley
News
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Couch or Cubicle?

Some workers are going back to their offices. Others will be home — maybe permanently. Either way, the Covid-19 pandemic could be a turning point in the region’s office space market.