Built to expand the capacity of a public-private research campus, these buildings were designed to facilitate the cross-pollination of ideas between researchers and external industry partners. Across the two buildings, a thoughtful mix of modern workplace environments and amenities combine to enable the important public-private engagement that is needed to solve a broad range of 21st-century challenges
Building 642, at nearly 25,000 square feet, contains huddle spaces for collaborative engagement, two conference rooms, a break room, and over 100 offices, which are designed to accommodate a blend of traditional and hybrid workers. Located across an open courtyard that can be used for outdoor meetings as well as recreation, is Building 643, a 2,975-square-foot conference annex. With its own lobby and breakroom, it provides functional and inviting meeting space for up to 90 people. Both buildings achieved LEED Gold certification.