As the globe begins a new decade ready to tackle new societal, financial and logistical challenges; EY is also beginning to build an even better working world.
With significant disruption to organisations, the economy and people, now is the time take an objective perspective at the architecture and construction sectors as we find new and innovative ways to live and work together.
Despite unprecedented impact, the desire to assist the industry in responding to challenges and opportunities today as well as future planning is at the forefront of EY’s approach. The normalities of the past decade will practically be rewritten as together we look towards the next ten years. The firm intends to walk this journey with this industry and with you every step of the way.
The firm has extensive insight and quality of services with built environment clientele; from the small architects pushing new boundaries in materials, design and planning. To the large construction companies that help put the larger pieces of the jigsaw together.
But underlying all of this is a partnership between the public and private sectors; answering the question of how will government help these companies achieve what they want to do and even need to do.
Cultivating a culture of innovation, EY seeks to help its clients realise the full potential of disruptive, emerging technologies to help its clients support their development ambitions, by making the best use of the innovation incentives available to all companies looking to develop, and better the communities in which we live.
Indeed, to also help the NLA members expand their networks and develop their insights, research and knowledge into how society can rebuild a better working world.
By partnering with New London Architecture, EY is committed to building a better working London, and supporting the great businesses that operate in the city.