Activity-based working for FEIT HDRs has arrived in Building 11, with the partial opening of a new six-floor workspace opening this month.
Levels 10 and 11 of the new workspace are already bustling with HDRs, as work gets underway on the floors below.
What’s an activity-based workspace?
Possibly the biggest evolution in workspaces since open-plan workstations were introduced, activity-based workspaces are designed to support different tasks and activities. While there are no individually assigned desks, activity-based working is different from hot-desking in that it incorporates facilities for quiet contemplation, individual work, collaborative activities, social connection and more.
Activity-based working was introduced to FASS and Health HDRs in Building 10 in 2016. Check out this short video to see it in action.
Find out more about the FEIT HDR workspace.
What do the spaces look like?
Here’s a snapshot of some of the new areas in the space.
HDR students use the study booths in the new workspace
The workstations, many with dual monitors, are popular with HDRs
Group work is well catered for in the new HDR workspace
- Completion of levels 8 and 9 – July 2017
- Completion of levels 6 and 7 – August 2017