Norman Pointe II
This highly complex project required massive team integration, technology considerations, and energy-driven design features. The project required the design team to leverage technology, manage acoustics, and achieve LEED certification, all while supporting an internal business community through a phased project execution.
The building itself needed to accommodate a growing and multi-generational workforce – highly in tune with technology as standard business practice. Working in tandem with the energy operations team, the 332,000-square-foot facility was modeled for superior energy efficiency. Designed with access to views and daylight throughout, Norman Pointe II was accepted into the USGBC pilot program for the core and shell rating system and achieved LEED certification. The energy requirements resulted in a building designed with high-performance mechanical equipment, high-quality glazing, a technically-enhanced exterior, and future-focused interior tech components throughout. The high profile atrium space was acoustically modeled for sound attenuation, ensuring the space is usable, comfortable, and amenable to important, sensitive business conversation.Overall, the team simplified the complex to reveal a vibrant community workplace. The result is an environment that reinforces a feeling of community among tenants while welcoming important visitors and guests.
A gleaming 10-story, high-performance building with technology solutions and office suites for next-gen work force.