Being ready to change direction at a moment’s notice is essential to success in facilities management. FM leaders must continually be planning, even when there is no set plan.
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals shares their ongoing journey from 60 employees, to over 9,000. Talk about being agile. Michelle and Daniel cover how they handled this rapid growth and used flexibility to their advantage when creating spaces to support their company’s growth and overall mission.
In a collaborative event with iOffice, IFMA Westchester/Hudson Valley and NYC, Mike Petrusky of iOffice and the podcast host moderated a webinar discussion with Michelle Fritsche at Regeneron and BAM’s Dan Castner.
We welcome you to listen to the podcast for exciting insights about how Regeneron and BAM partnered to design flexible facilities to support Regeneron’s continued growth.
Listen to the podcast here.
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Regeneron and BAM have shared a long working relationship, partnering to create life science spaces catered to pharmaceutical research. Check out some of our work in the video above, and listen as Regeneron CEO Leonard Schleifer discusses risk and reward and what has brought them to where they are today.
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One of only two that exist on the east coast, this 600 ton hydraulic crane was used recently on a project BAM is working on in Tarrytown, NY. Only the second largest of its kind behind the 725 ton, what makes this crane special is its 164 foot mobile boom. The scale of this crane, combined with the size of the boom, made it the only machine able to lift the substantial mechanical equipment and cooling fans into place.