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Judy Pesek

Judy Pesek

Gensler

The regional managing principal of Gensler’s South Central region, Judy Pesek has more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of interior architecture, from initial strategic facilities planning, conceptual design, furniture and materials implementation, interior construction, and contract administration. She was recently inducted as a Fellow in the International Interior Design Association, received the prestigious 2011 IIDA Leader’s Award from the Texas/Oklahoma Chapter of IIDA, and is a Lifetime Member of UT at Austin’s Architecture Foundation Advisory Board.

Stories by Judy Pesek

Architecture & Design

Judy Pesek: The Advantages of a Branded Workplace

Just as people pay more for goods and services from brands they trust, employees want to work for companies in whose products they believe in. Developing a strong brand is a good business decision.
Architecture & Design

Judy Pesek: Reuse and Renovation in Real Estate

According to projections from the Brookings Institution, roughly 82 billion-square-feet of existing space will likely be demolished and replaced between 2005 and 2030. This represents about 25 percent of the existing building stock in the United States.
Architecture & Design

Judy Pesek: Why Attracting and Retaining Talent Should Be a Top Priority

In today’s fierce competition for talent, it’s even more important for top companies to attract and retain the best and the brightest talent available.
Architecture & Design

Judy Pesek: Creating Ideal Corporate Environments for Learning

If we create an environment where we remove the stress and distractions, it is easier to learn and to incorporate those learnings back into your career.
Downtown Dallas

Judy Pesek: An Icon’s View of Dallas

For 35 years, Reunion Tower has been an icon in Dallas. From the skyline view, from the ground, and now, once again, from the inside of the dome, there are many ways to experience its unique perspective.
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Stories by Judy Pesek

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Judy Pesek: Hope Fills DISD’s Abandoned Schools

When the Dallas Independent School District was forced to permanently close 11 schools this summer in a consolidation and cost-saving strategy, a cry went up from the neighborhoods most affected, which led to a grassroots movement to repurpose the schools.
Architecture & Design

Judy Pesek: How Yahoo!’s Telecommuting Ban will Affect Texas CEOs

Trends in the workplace always come full circle, as is obvious with the new shift from working-at-home back to butts-in-chairs. Companies that now want their workers to return to the mother ship, need to make sure the mother ship is someplace their workers want to be. Here are few things to consider.
Architecture & Design

Judy Pesek: Feel the Love

Imagine a football game in which the entire crowd was silent, save for some frowns after a fumble. Awkward, right? Yet, this is the type of feedback some supervisors give their employees. Silence when they do well and "recognition" only when something goes wrong.
Architecture & Design

Judy Pesek: Customer Service—Be a Leader, not a Laggard

We have all had experiences with companies whose customer service left a lot to be desired. I had one the other day that really amazed me.
Architecture & Design

Judy Pesek: Relocating an Office—The Right Way

Hotels.com is moving its headquarters to Lincoln Centre. Its 100 percent open floor plan and highly creative space is a drastic change from its current closed office environment in a building along North Central Expressway.
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