Tips for Designing Agile Commercial Interior Spaces in a World of Fixed Assets

Today’s office environment requires more agility and adaptability than in any previous decade. The list of changes occurring are constantly evolving, but they all require being free and untethered from the building.

This course will examine how a designer accounts for the technological needs like power/data for these areas when the fixed assets, like the older building and power infrastructure, were built to handle a historically attached world.

The new technological requirements will be measured, and a variety of solutions will be examined to assist designers with these modern challenges.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the limitations of current infrastructure and how it impacts design.
  • Describe available power and data solutions that can work within a fixed building structure.
  • Evaluate solutions based on non-disruption of current infrastructure.
  • Determine how to provide power and data for both individualism and collaboration in the same space.

Earn 1 LU of credit through the AIA and 1 CPD credit from BOMI International.

From our Partner






Steve B
Steve Batchelder
Director of Sales

Steve is a passionate person who has devoted 20 years to helping people in the building world. He is the Director of Sales for Connectrac® and previously worked in the building industry helping contractors. As a speaker/trainer he has spoken to thousands and appreciates that a presentation isn’t about reading bullet points. It is about showing solutions that work in the real world. For 5 years he has traveled across North America meeting with facility managers to better understand the issues that they face and to bring those thoughts back to Connectrac’s product development team where they have responded by creating solutions people need. Besides his energy and love for Connectrac Steve has a growing passion for biking and trails. He enjoys and seeing his home state of Michigan on a bicycle.