Early this year, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) announced its plan to reduce the federal government’s real estate and carbon footprints. The move aims to scale back water and energy consumption and eliminate unnecessary leases.
Metro Offices supports this advocacy. When the government maximizes office spaces and uses resources responsibly, it can save on real estate costs significantly. One way federal agencies can help achieve this goal is to get a shared office space in Washington DC. Apart from reducing costs, this kind of office setting encourages collaboration among different agencies and workers.
Here are some benefits of getting shared office spaces with us:
To make the most of an agency’s real estate cost, it should be able to maximize the space allotted to them. Unfortunately, some lease contracts on big buildings aren’t always flexible enough to adjust to the needs of an agency or company. This is where Metro Offices can help.
Federal agencies won’t have to get an entire floor or building if all they really need is an office space in DC with a few desks. We will provide the space needed at the moment and more if the need arises.
Secure and Reliable Technology Services
Setting up IT infrastructure and securing a network can be costly. Buying your own equipment isn’t always practical, especially when you’ll only need them for a few months or for a specific project.
At Metro Offices, federal agencies and private companies won’t have to invest in high-tech equipment. We have enterprise-grade technology services that agencies can use when needed.
Some of our office features are:
- Remote networking
- Firewall / Cisco router
- High-speed Internet connection
- Unified communications
- Diverse redundant ISPs
- Remote network monitoring
Scalability is an important factor when managing a business or an agency. Your office should be able to adapt to your changing needs.
Get in touch with us to learn more about our office spaces. With over 25 years in the industry, Metro Offices has developed office centers in Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia.