When done right, buildings will build better businesses. But to do so requires an integrated approach; a process in which every timeline, budget, resource, construction method, and procurement vehicle is oriented around the culture, mission and objectives of the organization. From classrooms to war rooms, it’s about time spaces worked harder for the people inside them.
The largest local bank in New Mexico wanted to bring its team together in one space that could pivot with its ever-changing business needs to better serve its members and communities.
Systemized, construction materials including modular interiors (DIRTT) and a prefabricated building envelope (ZS2) were utilized for their speed and flexibility, and were also cost-comparable to traditional onsite-built construction methods.
USACE needed the ability to decontaminate vehicles, boats and other equipment that had come into contact with the site’s contaminated sediment and ground water. It also needed to quickly modernize its vehicle maintenance and administrative spaces without being bound by the constraints of traditional government construction.
Completed in just under 9 months, this abandoned cafeteria was converted into a mission-focused HP facility. The center includes workout spaces, rehabilitation, physical therapy rooms, offices, and a variety of support spaces, all with integrated technology.
Verus Research found a way to adaptively reuse what once was a big box store in Albuquerque that had been left vacant for years.
APS was able modernize an existing space for one depot and build ground-up for another.
Following the introduction of the ACTION Range, Air Force Special Warfare witnessed a 65% improvement in exercise completion time.
This newly designed facility was ready to welcome faculty and students in just 65 days from Improve Group’s arrival on-site to certificate of completion.
The SWTW was moved to several outdated, deteriorating buildings that would not suit their needs without extensive renovations.