Taking a Risk? We'll Help Get Your Office There!
When you imagine walking into the Retirement Services Group of a century-old Financial Institution, what comes to mind? Does it resemble a sleek and upscale multifunctional space? Does it serve as a modern work space, an entertainment hub, a conference center and an event location?
It should now!
Our Confidential Financial Services client recently came to NELSON with a specific vision in mind for the design of their 24,000 square foot space in the Boston metropolitan area – to unite its Retirement Services Group in one branded space.
Although this ordinarily reserved client was initially adverse to such a departure from their brand, NELSON encouraged them to think outside their comfort zone by helping them push the boundaries of the space planning and offering contemporary design solutions for the new offices.
The addition of more collaborative areas now creates a better work environment for the client’s Retirement Services Group. Architectural design elements such as the feature wall in the elevator lobby that mimics the company’s logo are new ways to identify and bring prominence to the brand.
In the midst of embarking on a new and exciting standard, the client truly embraced the opportunity for change and continued to experiment with program and design revisions throughout the process – even through construction! In return, the NELSON Team enthusiastically responded with option rich schemes in a rapid-fire manner, all while staying on schedule.
Our client believes that by stepping outside the box with NELSON, they were able to get more than what they asked for – an elaborate space that has enhanced their brand and the way they do business in a new way, creating a solid presence in Boston for continued growth.
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