This 40,000 square foot project involved the renovation of open office spaces and the creation of a connecting link between a twin office building built by HP Cummings in 1992. The scope of work included new office spaces, bathrooms, IT rooms, conference rooms, and seamlessly integrating the two buildings. Notably, a new geothermal mechanical design was implemented to enhance energy efficiency. The construction was completed within 11 months, using a phased approach to keep the building occupied during the process. Vermont Information Processing served as the owner, Colin Lidberg as the architect, and HP Cummings Construction Company as the construction manager.
The project encompassed a comprehensive transformation, featuring an expansive open office area and a connecting link to a neighboring office building. The renovation included the creation of new office spaces, modernized bathrooms, advanced IT rooms, and well-equipped conference rooms, seamlessly integrating the two interconnected structures. A remarkable geothermal mechanical design was implemented to enhance energy efficiency. Despite the challenges, the construction was efficiently completed within 11 months, using a phased approach to ensure the building remained occupied. Vermont Information Processing owned the project, Colin Lidberg was the architect, and HP Cummings Construction Company acted as the construction manager.
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