New York-based EisnerAmper (FY18 net revenue of $360.7 million) announced that it has a new office in the financial district in San Francisco, and move-in is set for Dec. 3.
The move was prompted by the firm’s continued growth in California, along with the need for state-of-the-art processes and workspaces that support EisnerAmper’s “clients-first, employees-first” approach, the firm says.
While the location offers proximity to EisnerAmper clients in real estate, technology, financial services and other sectors, the technological investments will improve the overall client experience. Significant attention was given to a more open, brighter space that will occupy just over 12,000 square feet. While the existing arrangement is intended to accommodate 50-plus professionals, this space can accommodate a 50% growth in headcount. The firm will optimize use of this space by leveraging technology and hoteling as well as offering flexible work arrangements.
Award-winning architectural firm Francis Cauffman Architects led the design efforts. The office features an open layout, spaces for mobile workers, a “town hall,” and multi-purpose rooms. The redesign and office move were led by Bob Lane, EisnerAmper’s director of operations and administration and his team.
“We received valuable input from the staff on both the design essentials and amenities that will help them not only enhance productivity and client service, but help them remain closely connected with each other – whether working inside or outside the office,” he says.