The project: Renovation of interior offices on the ninth floor of the Riverplace Tower, which provides BDO Jacksonville employees with a flexible work environment in which they decide how and where they work.
Cut: 14,660 square feet
Completed: May 6, 2022
Cost: $1.9 million
Architect: Gensler, Jacksonville
Additional providers: Millwork, Benchmark Commercial Services, LLC, Jacksonville; Showcase, Brad’s Glass Inc., Jacksonville; Mechanical, Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors Campbell, Jacksonville
Service provider: Builders Auld & White, Jacksonville
Design a combination of traditional and non-traditional spaces
The design of the new office space for global tax, insurance and financial advisory firm BDO Jacksonville required the construction of traditional spaces such as private offices and conference rooms, as well as non-traditional spaces for collaboration and for the post-pandemic trend towards remote working.
The multi-faceted layout required a full range of interior finishes, with different spaces using open and bespoke carpeting, tiles, wall coverings and ceilings.
This element of the project involved procuring construction materials from a greater number of suppliers and vendors compared to other projects – and circumventing the challenges of delivering materials due to supply chain issues. ‘supply.
BDO Jacksonville announced in October 2021 that it was moving from an office building along Riverside Avenue in Brooklyn to a smaller space in the 28-story Riverplace Tower in downtown Southbank.
The job site needed to ensure that construction noise and dust caused the least inconvenience to tenants working in the spaces above and below the project, as all work was done during the day during the schedule. of construction.
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