What does the new workplace look like? That was the question we pondered as the Ebbrell team worked with its client, TraceLink while designing their new global corporate headquarters at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. Read our March newsletter to learn more about this exciting project!
This month we also reflect on two of our commercial office building repositioning projects at the 15 Court Square Lobby project in Boston and the 980 Washington game room and conference amenity center.
And check out our Women in Construction feature in High Profile's March issue, Ebbrell Transforms Spaces from a Foundation of Equity and Flexibility
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What does the new workplace look like? That was the question we pondered as the Ebbrell team worked with its client, TraceLink while designing their new global corporate headquarters at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
With no roadmap to turn to, the teams worked strategically on the programming phase to develop the right mix of work, support, and amenity spaces, while creating a framework for remote employees and departmental cohorts. The final design included a modular floor plan broken into pods that each contain a kitchen, huddle rooms, phone booths and open collaboration zones that are nestled throughout the open workstation areas.
Variations on a palette of space types were repeated across one-and-a-half floors that the Ebbrell team connected through a new central monumental stair that allows staff to circulate vertically within the 70,000 square foot TraceLink space.
Other features include a green living wall, monumental planter, and plants throughout the space as well as a software-based desk reservation system to allow for 100% free address desking and support a flexible, hybrid return-to-work model.
To see additional photos visit the project page on our website.