TWG called on longtime partner OfficeWorks to furnish their 30,000-square-foot headquarters, along with a community room and rooftop available for employees as well as residents of the facility’s 132 housing units.
Building on a longstanding relationship, High Alpha engaged OfficeWorks to furnish their space located in the iconic and transformative Bottleworks district.
Prolific focuses on helping brands maximize their revenue, impact and relevancy. They applied that same approach to the design of their office. Each decision was made with intention so that the interiors captured and advanced their brand.
With a mission to foster a forward-looking environment that supports purpose, innovation, and collaboration, Hub & Spoke—a mixed-use development in the heart of Fishers—centers around the concept of partnering.
A full-service real estate firm, Buckingham Companies was faced with both a challenge and an opportunity. The growing firm was quickly running out of functional space, providing an ideal location to right-size and relocate space in a refreshed environment.
A trade association for property/casualty insurance firms, the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) needed to update its Indianapolis headquarters. NAMIC engaged OfficeWorks to help them meet their objectives.
Orbis Education addresses the healthcare worker shortage by partnering with universities to prepare graduates for healthcare careers. Orbis started with just three employees in 2003 and has grown to more than 200 at its Indianapolis headquarters. In short order, Orbis needed a larger space to accommodate their rapid growth.
At OfficeWorks, one of our core values is to be an engaging, caring, and fun workplace while we create spaces that are inspired by purpose and driven by results. Consistent with these principles, we recently updated our operations area to a more inviting environment that promotes increased productivity and collaboration.
Located on the northwest side of suburban Indianapolis, the five-story 10 Fortune Park office building needed an upgrade to its tenant lounge. CBRE engaged OfficeWorks to furnish an environment that helps them attract and retain tenants and their employees.
Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine’s mission includes providing comprehensive, compassionate and superior neurosurgical care in a state-of-the-art environment of healing, teaching and discovery. In support of that purpose, the healthcare provider invested in a new, freestanding building and engaged OfficeWorks to furnish their improved environment.
After expanding its geographical footprint and tripling its growth projections, the corporate office of an energy company was running out of room. At the same time, the environment hadn’t kept pace with the company’s evolution, with most of its square footage devoted to dated cubicles, private offices, and large conference rooms. To optimize their space, the company hired an experienced facilities project manager who engaged OfficeWorks to bring their new concept into reality.
From startup to standout: Trueblood Real Estate’s new office advances growth and goals
When Jim Trueblood started his brokerage, Trueblood Real Estate, he wanted a vibrant, modern office environment that captured the fun, tech-savvy culture of his new company while supporting the needs of today’s home buyer.
“We wanted something that people remembered,” Jim said. “Something that was different than a typical real estate office.” The firm engaged OfficeWorks to furnish their headquarters in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District.
A customizable space for customizing travel
Like many industries, the travel agency business has experienced significant changes. The Travel Agent, a firm that focuses on “customizing global experiences in travel,” wanted a space that reinforced its brand evolution and supported its unique approach to client relationships. When their lease was due to expire, it opened a door to a new location and a dramatically different environment.
New facility transforms environment for Dawes Fretzin Dermatology Group
Faced with a growing practice spread across multiple locations, Dawes Fretzin Dermatology Group decided to bring their clinical, research and surgery facilities together in a new, freestanding building. “We'd gone from eight to 100 employees in a matter of 20 years,” said Scott Fretzin, MD. “The practice had experienced four reconstruction projects in other buildings until we simply ran out of space.” Together with the architect and interior designer, OfficeWorks collaborated with Dawes Fretzin to create a modern, comfortable environment that doesn’t feel like a typical medical facility.
Telling a new story: IBJ’s office relocation creates up-to-date, functional environment
As “central Indiana’s business authority,” Indianapolis Business Journal had operated in the same location for more than 20 years. And during that time, the environment hadn’t changed much. With multiple walls and built-in desks, the segmented space lacked the functionality, flexibility, and collaborative areas the staff needed in their work environment. When IBJ Media decided to move to a different location, they called upon OfficeWorks to design the work areas and furnish the conference rooms.
Fostering connections: Tech firm’s new headquarters accommodate growth and collaboration
With a goal of increasing its presence in Indianapolis and hiring 70 employees in 2019 alone, marketing technology consulting firm Lev had ambitious expansion plans, but little room to grow. Moving into a space in Regions Tower in downtown Indianapolis, Lev engaged OfficeWorks to furnish an expanded environment that advanced the employee experience.
Accounting for the future: Enhancing the success of members and staff.
A statewide association, the Indiana CPA Society (INCPAS) represents more than 7,000 accounting professionals. With a value proposition that includes transforming its profession, the organization recently transformed its office environment as well, creating a space that supports its staff and members and is consistent with its brand.
Changing the Game: Wabash College creates customizable, collaborative learning environment
The Game Lab / Active Learning Center at Wabash College provides a dynamic environment that improves offerings for students and faculty while preparing them for the future.
Brand new: Office supports transformation of MJ Insurance
The insurance industry has a long history, yet changes in technology have resulted in a massive transformation in a short period of time. Since its beginnings more than 50 years ago, MJ Insurance has evolved, too. By making a strategic decision to move to a new office, MJ created an environment consistent with their updated value proposition and refreshed brand.
Breathing new life into the Lilly Hall of Life Sciences Lobby
With its prime location and frequent traffic by Purdue University students, faculty, and staff, the lobby at the Lilly Hall of Life Sciences held promise as a collaborative environment. However, with the lack of furniture in the space, students would either stand or sit on the floor in groups before and after classes, affecting traffic flow.
Up to date and up to the task: Merging style with function
JLL, a global real estate firm, focuses on creating “amazing spaces where people can achieve their ambitions.” Their Indianapolis location was in need of a renovation to fully embody that philosophy.
A neighborhood welcome: Ambulatory care center features an inviting, functional environment.
Healthcare delivery’s recent evolution has included an increase in ambulatory care centers, allowing patients to access services close to home. For a new center in a growing community, OfficeWorks helped create an environment that is welcoming to visitors and supportive of caregivers.
Positioning for the future: A time-sensitive office transformation.
This large professional services firm recently invested in its people and their workspaces by preparing their offices for the future. With the help of OfficeWorks and the rest of the project team, the firm transformed a cubicle-based floor in Indianapolis to an environment that addresses transitions in both their business model and their employees’ preferences.
Walking the talk: Taking the office environment to the next level.
Cushman & Wakefield is a leading real estate services firm that helps clients transform how people work, shop, and live. The firm’s Indianapolis office recently transformed, too. When they moved from the 13th to the 18th floor of the OneAmerica Tower, they elevated their environment in more ways than one.