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T he two buildings are joined by a covered connector. The outdoor seating areas adjacent to the restaurant have retractable shade awnings, and canopy roofs that can be opened or closed depending on whether the desire is for sun or shade. The numerous common areas are designed to encour-age employee interaction and enhance the work experience. Several fully equipped break rooms are strategically placed near workspaces. Building one houses a 2,000-square-foot gym for employees; aerobics classes and massages can be part of employee lunch breaks. A large dog park built by Clancy & Theys is another perk that was developed by understanding the employee demographic. “All the young people come out of college, they don’t have a boyfriend, they don’t have a girlfriend, but they have a dog,” Williams says. “On good weather days there are 15 to 20 dogs out there with cameras where the employees can go in and look at their dogs.” The emphasis on wood and openness is carried through even to the covered walkway that joins the first two buildings of the campus. Employees can leave their four-footed friends in a dog park when they arrive, and watch them on camera while they work. On an average day there are up to 20 dogs in the park. It’s not just a home. It’s a lifestyle. Modern Comfort Distinctive Design + Performance live outside the lines w w w . f a s s e b l d g s . c o m 9 1 0 6 7 9 4 2 7 7 What may we build for you? 68 WBM march 2016


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