DkGr has been a leader in integrated workplace design in the Indianapolis area and continues that focus for a myriad of clients. By helping create and further enhance this notion of open collaboration, knowledge sharing and Impromptu social Interaction to better serve a mobile workforce, the IWP methodology has become an Invaluable asset to many corporate clients. The absence of closed offices in favor of varying -size meeting spaces, focus booths and open collaborative environments has not only improved productivity amongst its employees, but has also saved on real estate resources.
The below-referenced project was designed for a research and development department of approximately 150 people within a large confidential corporate client In Indianapolis, IN. Besides the large conference rooms, smaller enclaves and open meeting environments, the space has ample resource centers for print, supplies and mail needs as well as open social hubs that serves as the "nerve center" for informal gathering.
CLIENT: LOCAL CORPORATE CLIENT
PROJECT AREA: 50,000 SF
PROJECT BUDGET: $13M
LOCATION: INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA