The Building

  • Six-story building with 492,900 gross square feet of office space spanning two square blocks
  • One level of underground parking with approximately 415 spaces
  • Pyramid-shaped building surrounds a 6-story, sky-lit atrium
  • Landscaped terraces are an integral part of the building's distinctive appearance, with more than 144,000 square feet of landscaped terraces and courtyards
  • Includes fully equipped 250-seat auditorium, with complete audio-visual capabilities and adjoining conference facilities
  • Conference room facilities and reception areas available for outside events
  • Food service/restaurant and sundry shop
  • Employee showers and lockers located on the second floor
  • Employee kitchenette areas located on each floor, furnished with microwave ovens, refrigerators, and vending machines
  • Building completed at a cost of $81 million

Sustainable Design

  • Heating and air conditioning systems use outside air and energy efficient systems
  • Landscape design incorporates trees to provide shade, minimize water use, and reduce heat gain
  • Raised flooring where electrical connections and cabling are located are used to reduce costs of future relocations

Construction Facts

  • All work completed in 1986
  • Concrete construction and the use of landscape material allow building temperatures to be more stable throughout the year
  • Full-area building smoke detection system with a dry pipe fire sprinkler protection system to prevent accidental water discharge
  • More than 4,000 yards of concrete used in construction
  • One of the first energy efficient fluorescent tube installations using T8 lamps
  • Raised floor system, allowing the computer cabling technology to be changed with minimal disruption (one of the first constructed in the mid-80's to have this feature, other than that normally found in data centers)