This project entailed renovation and expansion of an existing building to create a world-class branded customer experience center for a Fortune 500 company. The building was given a facelift and new spaces include an innovation lab, cafeteria, demonstration kitchen, exhibit space, and storage.
NuTec Design was commissioned to provide full-service architecture and engineering for a 57,000 sq. ft. renovation and expansion project at the headquarters for an automotive company. The scope entailed high-end lobby, customer experience center, training and conferencing space, cafeteria, and kitchen.
NuTec has completed several projects for a major federal government contractor, including two employee cafeteria upgrades to create inviting, aesthetic spaces that encourage staff to interact while playing a role in staff recruitment and retention. Detailed renderings, from multiple vantage points, allowed corporate management to make timely project decisions.
This national snack food company experienced a period of major growth, necessitating an expansion of their corporate headquarters. NuTec was commissioned to provide architecture and engineering, under a design-build arrangement, in support of a three-level, 32,000 sq. ft. expansion with private and open offices, lunch room, conference rooms, and training space.
When this European firm decided to create a new consolidated manufacturing and administration facility in New England, they commissioned NuTec to create a high-profile North American headquarters by renovating an existing, vacant building. In addition to Class A office space, the project entailed new manufacturing and assembly areas for the production of high-quality firearms.
Working with the "facelift committee" of an internationally-recognized manufacturer of building products, NuTec provided architecture, interior design, and engineering to modernize the corporate administrative facility – public areas, open and private offices, and employee cafeteria and serving area. The project was delivered under a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP).
When a nonprofit organization moved forward with their vision to revitalize an urban area, they commissioned NuTec to design a creative reuse of a former tobacco warehouse into a high-tech office statement, yet maintain its historic core. The multiple award-winning project also obtained LEED Silver certification.
The winner of national awards from the American Public Works Association and Associated Builders and Contractors, this unique project entailed adaptive reuse of a 128,000 sq. ft. former courthouse and conversion into a LEED Certified county government office building. The historic core and courtrooms were preserved and the entire building modernized.