Corporate Headquarters
  • Office
Dallas, TX
PepsiCo Corporate Headquarters

PepsiCo engaged the NELSON Team in the development and implementation of their 250,000 SF Campus in the Dallas, TX area. The primary objective of the master plan was to reinvigorate and brand the workplace for the 21st century worker. With these objectives in mind, the plan was phased in and adapted to the changing needs of the client.

The implementation of the plan allowed PepsiCo to have the option to start and stop it as funding allows. The design features “community spaces”, conferencing and meeting spaces, and “touchdown” spaces with coffee areas. Key elements of the universal floor plate are the teaming spaces that expose the office to natural light and outdoor views. Branding graphics throughout the facility gives the space definition and identity.

Implementing this plan required that NELSON build out 19,000 SF of leased space to house entities that are suited off-campus and 18,000 SF of data center space. This design designated a specific area for equipment and allowed the campus to be focused on people.

In addition, this project took a sustainable approach where the reuse of existing ceiling, lighting and workstations played a major role in the design. The team also used low VOC Paints and Interface Carpet.

Focusing on Student Services

To support the growing student population while improving function  and campus aesthetics, NELSON designed a 58,000 SF additional to a 1970s student services building.  The project included a new "front door" for the building, the renovation of 43,000 SF of the existing building and a sustainability action plan.  

Shippensburg University Ceddia Union Building

Focusing on New and Expanded Services

We welcome RipBang Studios to NELSON! The Los Angeles-based Experience Branding firm will serve as NELSON’s new branding division.

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Ripbang Studios

Focus on Infinite Possibilities in 5,000 SF

NELSON helped Infinite Peripherals, an innovative company that develops and markets peripheral devices to perform wireless business transactions, fully utilize both floor and vertical space to create flexible, forward-thinking office that can support current work and future growth. 


Infinite Peripherals

Creating a Healthy Environment

NELSON created a multi-clinic space from an abandoned shopping complex that included grocery, hardware and retail stores. Instead of produce and hammers, people now have an engaging environment to access a variety of orthopedic services.

Rockford Orthopedic

Focusing on New Ways of Working

Continuing to build on a successful, 10-year relationship, NELSON recently completed the tenant fit-up of two build-to-suit buildings for Biogen Idec's corporate headquarters totaling 507,000 SF.  The process included abandoning a 20-year-old conventional office standard in favor of a cross-functional, open plan that supports teaming and collaboration.

Biogen IDEC Headquarters