Sometimes a project or job will be awarded to you and your typical working environment just won’t cut it. But what options do you have when such a project comes in, that doesn’t involve renting or buying office space?

For many people, the ideal solution is a project office. If you haven’t heard of it, or you have but are looking for more information, keep reading.

Today we’ll be briefly exploring what a project office is, when people use them and how to determine if this is the right option for you.

 

What is a Project Office?

A project office is an office that is used for the duration of a project, on a project-by-project basis. With more companies embracing the Gig Economy and more people choosing to become freelancers the market for project work is growing & with it is the popularity of project offices.

It is being used by start-ups to get their ideas off the ground, business owners who need a more professional space and freelancers who need a collaborative working environment for a short amount of time.

Sometimes a project will be awarded to your business, and you’ll need to bring in other external team members or freelancers on a contractual or seasonal basis & the need for a bigger space arises. Other times, you really just need to knuckle down and get a project done in a timely manner.

No matter what your individual circumstances are, a project office could be just what you need to ensure your latest endeavour runs smoothly.

 

The Benefits of a Project Office

Let’s look at the benefits of project offices to get a better understanding of why so many people pick this option and see if it appeals to you & your needs.

  • Flexible contracts: When you make use of it you aren’t expected to commit to any long-term agreements or contracts. This is appealing to many as you aren’t contractually bound to any specific location for an extended amount of time.
  • Conducive business environment: Distractions are a known pain associated with working from home, coffee shops and other casual working environments. Using a project office minimizes external distractions and allows you to focus entirely on your project.
  • Equipped with everything you need: It is typically equipped with everything you’ll need to successfully complete your project. This includes essential furniture and equipment such as desks, chairs, computers, telephone lines & WiFi access.
  • Cost-effective: Making use of a project office is a far more cost-effective solution than renting permanent office space because you only pay for the space you’ll be using and the amenities you need.

 

Final Thoughts

Do you need a project office for an upcoming project you and your team will be working on? If so, SOI consultants would be honoured to help you find the perfect for you.

We have a range of options for you to pick from in premium locations all over Australia. Allow our team to focus on finding the perfect office while you focus on your project.