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Karnatz to Discuss Workplace of the Future

With artificial intelligence and the cloud growing, among other technological advances, one wonders how office buildings will change in the years ahead.

Kurt Karnatz will participate in the panel discussion “Workplace of the Future: Changing Tenant Demands and the New Shape of Office Buildings” during Bisnow’s Big South Office Event in Dallas on Nov. 30. Head of ESD’s Intelligent Building Practice, Karnatz will talk about how a solid Intelligent Building business case will drive competitive advantage, among other points.

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