|Colin Stuart is a specialist in real estate, workplace and occupational strategy and transition. He has led major award winning change programmes for multi-national corporate clients and helped Government clients and NDPBs deliver significant cost reductions and improved performance. He is particularly skilled in managing the complex stakeholder interfaces required to deliver change and business transformational projects. Check out Colin on Linkedin.|
|Wayne Spiller. Wayne has vast experience of space planning, programme management and strategic property portfolio analysis, giving him the knowledge and skills to deliver results that add value to business operations. Wayne has implemented the project management framework approach for various large corporate clients across the UK and Middle East region and has been instrumental in delivering large scale relocation management and churn projects for Baker Stuart. Wayne has a clear understanding of the demands on corporate property and the benefits which can be realised through the creation and careful delivery of a strategic property programme. Check out Wayne on Linkedin.|
|Mark McNally has 15 years experience planning and delivering restack, relocation and churn projects, giving him a rounded knowledge of the pressures put on companies, their employees and supply chain, enabling him to work with all stakeholders to deliver a successful project.
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|Thomas Selencky gained experience producing workplace settings for the offices of major corporates such as Allen and Overy, Skanska and BSkyB. His role involves surveying existing buildings and updating their floor plans, creating concept layouts for new, or expanding departments, and maintaining accurate records following associated moves. Check out Thomas on LinkedIn.|
|Toby Godman. Toby sets up and leads our space utilisation survey teams and is responsible for gathering the data that generates the statistics for Baker Stuart’s analysis reports. Toby’s wide ranging experience and knowledge of gathering quantitative data within working environments aids Baker Stuart in accurately measuring workspace performance.|