Workplace Occupancy Study – Orange
Orange S.A. is the longest French telecommunications company in business, they have been active in telecommunications since 1988. With its headquarters located in Paris and 19,000 implantations throughout the rest of France (including 300 tertiary sites), where they employ an astonishing 82,000 people as well as nearly 40,000 in other parts of the world. Orange offers services throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East. They are the leading mobile telephone carrier in France, Romania and Slovakia.
In October 2018, Orange teamed up with Google in order to create a transatlantic undersea cable to share data between the United States and France at faster speeds. They are installing this cable with help of their own fleet, ‘The Orange Marine’.
For Orange, the occupancy measure is a stage in the analysis of activity, carried out at the beginning of a project, which helps to define the spaces adapted to different types of work. The interventions in Orange’s projects are managed within AMO missions (“Assistance à Maîtrise d’Ouvrage” or Assistance for Project Management).