Flexibility is key these days, and facility managers are at the forefront for many organizations. Stakeholders want more flexibility when it comes to workplaces and workspaces, from hotel desks to collaborative workspaces. More teams ‐ including FM teams‐are working remotely or hybrid which creates new opportunities and challenges. Join us for this virtual conference as we discuss the best practices for hybrid workplaces and remote workforces.

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Earning The Commute: Engaging Employees through Facility Design


In today's fast-paced, technology-driven world, the way we work is constantly evolving. The rise of hybrid teams presents new challenges for organizations and managers alike. In this case study presentation, Jennifer Treter and Stephen Wells of Hendrick, an Atlanta-based architecture and design firm, and Amy Hill of Workflow will explore the importance of creating a workplace that engages and motivates employees to come together via case study of the Novelis headquarters, a global leader in aluminum.

Collaborating closely with Novelis, Hendrick and Workflow developed a concept that promoted teamwork while adhering to Novelis' sustainability objectives. The design incorporated natural wood, glass, and innovative daylighting techniques, introducing private meeting rooms and quiet zones for focused work. Communal areas, such as work cafes, were integrated to encourage employee interaction, with health, wellness, and safety as key considerations in the design.

Jennifer Treter

Jennifer Treter

Managing Principal, Hendrick

Jennifer Treter has held a senior leadership position with Hendrick for over 20 years, and as Managing Principal is responsible for driving operational initiatives and acting as a key link between the design team and clients. Her expertise in project management, design, and leadership has helped establish new client relationships and maintain existing ones.

Under Jennifer's guidance, Hendrick has developed multiple new client relationships while being ever mindful of nurturing their existing relationships. Her ability to balance demanding project schedules and budgets, multiple team members, and overall project goals and objectives distinguishes her as an innovator and has set a firm standard for client service.

A graduate of Auburn with a Bachelor of Interior Design, Jennifer is affiliated with the NCIDQ, CoreNet Global, Metro Atlanta Chamber, and is a LEED Accredited Professional. Active in the Atlanta design community, she supports philanthropic organizations like Mary Hall Freedom House and enjoys traveling and endurance sports.

Stephen Wells

Stephen Wells

Principal, Hendrick

Stephen Wells is a Principal at Hendrick, an Atlanta-based interior design firm specializing in contract and healthcare design. Holding a BS in Architecture and Art History from the College of Charleston and an MFA in Interior Design from Georgia State University, Stephen has 25 years of experience in Commercial Interior Design as both a practitioner and educator.

As a design leader, Stephen has worked across various sectors, including Corporate Office, Retail, Hospitality, Public Assembly, Education, and Product Development. His work has been recognized by industry-leading sources such as Interior Design Magazine, Metropolitan Magazine, and ASID, among others.

Actively involved in his community, Stephen serves on several boards and volunteers with organizations like For the Kid in All of Us, Joining Hearts, AID Atlanta, ASID, and CREW. He draws design inspiration from his clients and the people he connects with through these organizations.

Amy Hill

Amy Hill

Principal, Workflow Interiors

Amy Hill, a Principal at Workflow Interiors, a firm specializing in a workplace strategy and furniture consultation, is dedicated to guiding clients in creating efficient workplaces by fostering transformation at individual, team, and organizational levels. With a background in Interior Design and corporate experience, Amy addresses both spatial and behavioral aspects of the workplace, ensuring it supports an organization's vision, goals, and desired behaviors.

Amy acts as a consultant workplace strategist for Hendrick. In addition to assisting with workplace strategy and change management initiatives, Amy's interest in organizational behavior led her to pursue certification in Equine Assisted Learning (EAL). This experiential learning practice develops leaders and teams by building on strengths through horse-facilitated activities. Amy effectively connects the transformative experiences from the arena with supportive physical workplaces, positioning individuals, teams, and organizations for optimal performance.

Securing Hybrid Workplaces ‐ Modern Access Control Meets the Modern Workplace


Work patterns are changing and flexible workspaces are rapidly growing in popularity. From keyless access to buildings and doors, to check-in systems and smart lockers. This session will explore exciting new ways to streamline hybrid and coworking spaces while enhancing safety and security for users and staff.

Amy Hill

Brian Lovrin

Industry Business Leader - Smart Office, SALTO Systems

Brian leads SALTO Systems' Smart Office's vertical. With a focus on smart locker solutions, Brian is passionate about connecting SALTO's solutions with integrators and third-party application developers to ensure a seamless end-user experience.

Brian has worked for over 15 years in the smart locker segment. He was a Regional Sales Manager for Gantner Technologies before SALTO's acquisition of Gantner in 2021. Prior to Gantner, Brian worked with CRG and Digilock.

Nikki Seidman

Nikki Seidman

Industry Business Leader - Smart Office, SALTO Systems

Nikki leads SALTO Systems' Corporate Smart Office and Coworking solutions business practice. Her focus is on aligning SALTO's innovative access control technology and hardware with the evolving needs of the North American coworking industry.

Nikki is a facilities expert with a coworking background. She is passionate about creating more effective, efficient, and profitable access control solutions for both corporate and coworking offices. Together with SALTO, she is on a mission to bring new technologies and products to market that keep people and property safe while enhancing the workplace experience.

Nikki previously served as Senior Manager of Facilities Project Management at Industrious Offices.

The New Office Era: Leveraging Workplace Metrics for Effective Space Management


As hybrid work becomes the norm, tenants and employees are seeking flexible, effective workspaces that creates a sense of community and sustains company culture. Metrics are critical data that can be leveraged for effective space planning in facility managements' efforts to create a workplace integral to company culture. The session highlights the importance of holistic data collection and analysis and explores a variety of work environments that adapt to the changing needs of the modern workplace.

Join Stephanie Wood, Facilities Planner for Stantec as she discusses the significance of data when space planning, and how a holistic view of a company, its staff and its work environment can optimize culture, well-being and productivity.

Amy Hill

Stephanie Wood

Workplace Strategist, Stantec

Driven by a deep interest in developing comprehensive strategies that serve as tools to navigate the future, Stephanie has dedicated her career to planning. Stephanie aids clients to embrace the planning process to develop comprehensive strategies that support each client's unique needs. She uses a holistic approach and engages with clients through diverse methods to connect the business, operations, and people of an organization.

1:00 ‐ 1:05 Intro
1:05 ‐ 1:55 First Presentation
1:55 ‐ 2:10 Sponsor Presentation
2:10 ‐ 3:00 Third Presentation


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