15,044 sf.


New Kensington, PA


Classrooms, collaboration areas, meeting rooms, office space, demonstration area and the high bay project cell garage. 

Design for Innovation

The finalized floor plan organization was developed around a central double height space. This central space was designed as a hyper flexible multifunctional space that would contain the display/demonstration area, event pre-function space and collaboration space. This space was designed as a central hub that would link four separate “pavilions.” The four pavilions would contain the primary building functions including: lobby/concierge, project cells, a multifunctional training room, and space for storage/loading.

Design for Flexibility

Isolating portions of the building that are “permanent” to the perimeter allowed for maximum flexibility in the remaining program areas. Office spaces are designed using demountable partitions which will easily allow for future configurations. The high bay project cell areas were designed with clear span structure so that there are no intermediate columns.

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