Journal of Corporate Real Estate


Built Environment

Table Of Contents: Volume 2 Issue 1

Merger preparation: A key to proactive CRE management

Bruce M. Bloch

Corporate real estate executives and their departments can benefit themselves and enhance the value added to their companies by taking applying a merger perspective to…

Outsourcing: Opportunities and challenges for corporate competitiveness

John R. Glagola

This is the first part of a two‐part paper. It discusses basic issues and concepts surrounding the outsourcing process, including the influences that drive the process…

How corporate real estate affects shareholder value

Michael Booth

Shareholder value must remain central to the attention of corporate real estate officers (CREOs), even though senior executives have a number of competing agendas. One…

Real estate assets on corporate balance sheets

Theron R. Nelson, Thomas Potter, Harold H. Wilde

Surveys of senior real estate executives have previously indicated that real estate represents approximately 25 per cent of corporate worth. These surveys, however, relied…

The ‘All‐in’ Bundled Services Model for facilities management and costing

Thomas W. Bogle

Large owner‐users of real estate increasingly search for methods to streamline their operations and reduce expenses without decreasing services to building occupants. This…

The impact of evolving structures on managing corporate real estate

J.M. M.K Peter, Geert Dewulf, Hans de Jonge

Managing corporate real estate is confronted with more problems than just the changing characteristics of real estate. While operating companies strive for more autonomy…

Corporate real estate under siege?

Jeff Adkison

The corporate landscape is evolving towards a focus on core business functions. Company operations that are not direct contributors to the core success of the business are…



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