Repurposing Records Storage Spaces
Many law firms operating in expensive urban centers are looking to lower their real estate costs, which are often a firm’s second largest expense. Location moves, remodeling, or negotiating lease renewals now involve taking a hard look at how law firms can reduce their real estate footprint—and onsite records and file rooms are a good place to look.
Space Makers, as we call them, are motivated to assess their current onsite records real estate costs to see how they can shrink the space to contribute to lower operational costs and greater profits per partner. Firms are also looking to repurpose the records space for collaborative areas and offices or cubes.
Find out how you can:
- Enhance efficiencies
- Mitigate risks and improve record accessibility
- Eliminate square footage or repurpose it
Need more proof that re-thinking your law firm's records management program can help optimize real estate?