By A. Lee Graham
Ernst & Young LLP has moved its Fort Worth office into a collaborative space in Sundance Square.
The firm’s new office — on the sixth floor of The Westbrook building — boasts more than 8,600 square feet of office space, including an open cubicle layout, as well as two conference rooms and 10 areas for team collaboration. The space also offers more than 1,900 square feet of balconies.
“The location and design of our new office reflect our continued commitment to the city, our clients and our employees,” said Craig Stone, the Fort Worth office managing partner, commenting in a news release.
As part of the new office environment, the Fort Worth staff has embraced “hoteling,” in which each employee reserves work space for the day. None of the office’s employees has a permanent, assigned work space.
“We want to empower our people to work in whatever way is most appropriate for delivering exceptional client service,” Stone said.
More than 80 employees work at the office, including 14 partners, principals, executive directors and directors. Office is at 425 Houston St., Suite 600.