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Sarah Bramley | Colliers | Calgary

Sarah Bramley

LEED Green Associate

Associate Vice President, Workplace Strategy & Innovation

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Expériences professionnelles

Sarah Bramley is an experienced strategy and change consultant focused on aligning the user experience with business drivers and organizational culture. Sarah applies design thinking concepts in innovative ways to uncover patterns and needs, driving the development of thoughtful, creative solutions.

Sarah has managed client relationships with projects across North America, navigating complex organizational structures and multi-stakeholder situations and providing a consistent, streamlined experience for client teams.


Master of Architecture, University of Calgary (2012)

Bachelor of Arts (with distinction), University of Calgary (2010)

Adhésions & Implications

Member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC)

Events Chair, Design Talks Institute, Calgary AB


The City of Calgary, ATB Financial, Enbridge, AltaGas, Paramount Resources


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Informations du marché

juil. 20, 2020

Exploring the Post-COVID-19 Workplace (Part Two)

Beginning with the data and insights shared in Part One of the Global Work From Home survey report, in Part Two we explore how research can inform the future workplace in the Canadian context.
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juil. 15, 2020

Colliers Canada Work from Home Survey Results (Part One)

The pandemic has offered us an opportunity to rethink the workplace, to put people, safety and innovation first. Colliers Global Workplace team administered a Work From Home Survey this spring to capture perspectives and impressions of the remote work experience around the world.
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août 18, 2022

The Future of Work

The engagement enabled the client to gain alignment on the purpose and objectives for hybrid working and develop the roadmap for the workplace of the future.
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déc. 21, 2020

Productivity rethink must drive office space planning

As Canadian companies position themselves in the coming weeks, months and even years to redefine their workspaces and offices, it’s important not to lose sight of how these spaces will drive or hinder worker productivity and our sense of well-being.
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