Digitally Transforming a Campus delivering Great Experiences while Boosting Productivity – just what is Project Redmond?
Microsoft is planning a massive investment at its headquarters in a project that will begin next fall and last up to seven years. The new project at the 500-acre campus will include 17 new buildings (replacing 14 others), an additional 6.7 million square feet of renovated workspace, and “$150 million in transportation infrastructure, improvements, public spaces, sports fields and green space.” From Smart Buildings, cutting-edge AEC tech, built innovations, and more – it’s going to be envelop a lot of work. What’s the purpose? How is Microsoft transforming the built industry?
Join Emmanuel Daniel of Microsoft as he discusses!
Emmanuel Daniel is a Director in the Applied Innovation & Incubation team at Microsoft. His main focus has been partnering with the Microsoft real estate group to create smart spaces within a campus and to transform employee experiences through innovative technologies and devices. This work with the real estate team also extends to digitally transforming the employee experience in the Microsoft campuses worldwide, starting with the modernization of the East campus in Redmond. Creating smarter spaces that enable productivity, that optimize time and resources across campuses and buildings is directly aligned to Microsoft’s mission to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.