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Energy Company Campus Project

Architect
Gensler
Contractor
D.E. Harvey Builders
Developer
Hines

This was a multi phased project including three new 12 story buildings added to a campus with three existing buildings that were to be remodeled.

This was a multi phased project including three new 12 story buildings added to a campus with three existing buildings that were to be remodeled. The new cafeteria for the campus featured a random looking slat wall composed of oak and six unique lacquer colors. 6′ oak, yellow, orange and red slats ranging from 2″ to 6″ high and from 3.4″ thick to 3 1/8″ deep were laid on a 2′ module. Coming up with a formula to make the wall look random yet balanced was complex, as was the tracking and management required to ensure we manufactured the correct quantities of each of the 9 color/thickness/depth variations and placed them properly on the walls.

Scope of Project

Veneer: White Oak, Anegre, Teak, Eucalyptus

Scope: Millwork: slat wall, veneered paneling, lacquered paneling, fronts in serving area, executive work walls, trim, feature walls

Cabinets: map racks

Furniture: curved fiberglass banquettes, reception desk, executive desk, secretarial workstations, 3form light fixtures, cash wraps

Areas: public dining, private dining, conference center and conference rooms, break rooms, work areas, elevator lobbies, stair, convenience & IT store, executive offices, typical floors

Materials: veneer, lacquer, glass, fiberglass, fabric

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