The firm was proud to work with the end user on the relocation of their offices into the historic Heritage Building in downtown Oklahoma City. The building houses the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum and overlooks the Memorial and surrounding downtown area. The space includes 17,300 square feet of open workspaces, offices, conference rooms, audit pods, forensic spaces, break areas, and training rooms. Perimeter offices remain open to the interior with glass partitions, allowing natural light to infiltrate throughout the space, while windows were carefully placed at the end of each corridor to further optimize daylighting and views. Sustainability and employee well-being were also a key component to the design, reflecting in elements such as LED lighting, occupancy sensors, zoned HVAC to increase comfort, and sit/stand workstations in all the offices.
Architectural features, materials, and furniture were all carefully designed and selected to reflect the client’s identity and enhance flexibility in the working environment. Connectrac was used throughout the space to provide a durable, ultra-low profile floor mounted wireway system which gives the client the freedom to deliver power and data cabling without the need for core drilling, trenching or power poles. Adjustable height desks were specified to create flexible, ergonomic workspaces and promote comfort and health.