Functional layout that leverages building to support internal functions.
25% reported increase in employee satisfaction regarding departmental functionality over a three-year period (demonstrated through quantitative employee surveys). 10% reduction in OH&S cases through quality ergonomic furniture and design.
Increased technological adoption for anytime anywhere learning.
10% decrease in troubleshooting IT related ticket submissions month over month.
Implementation of a measurement tool/model for identifying the impacts of IT investments.
Maximized space utilization.
Ensuring maximum space utilization through rationalized design.
Increased operational efficiencies.
2% decrease in costs related to non-instructional infrastructure demonstrated through the comparison of year-over-year financial documentation. Updated procurement specifications prioritizing energy efficiency.
Creation of division guidelines for administrative buildings.
Creation, distribution, and implementation of division guidelines for administrative buildings.
10% increase in designated space for collaboration over a three-year period.
Grow relationships between departments.
10% increase of privacy and trust reported throughout each department over a three-year period. 25% increase in interpersonal relationship development reported across the division over a three-year period.
Open access to the entire building.
100% non-territorial space.
Increased diversity and inclusion performance.
Augment existing resource groups for staff (diversity, inclusion, impact, etc.).
Successfully achieve a place in Alberta’s Top Employer competition year over year. Achieve a place on list for Canada’s Best Diversity Employers. Attain a place on list for Canada’s Top Employers for Young People.
Embed the Catholic faith throughout the building (expression of faith).
100% self reported increase of well-designed and integration expressions of faith throughout the building over a three-year period.