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Employee Well-Being Innovation A N D H OW I T INSPIRES


Innovation is important to your company. Not only does it provide a platform for company growth, but also provides a culture that inspires and engages the employees. Because innovation relies on human capital, we believe good office design focuses on what will support and inspire people every day. We would love to talk to you more about how design can help in the following ways: • • •

Fully understanding the functional needs and processes of the employees Embracing a holistic wellbeing approach A design aesthetic that represents the spirit of a company

We offer the following brochure that outlines the importance of well-being in office design. I look forward to meeting with you to discuss how your office can truly be a tool for your business. Sincerely,

Kim Rousseau, LEEP AP ID+C, RID Principal and Director of Interior Design kimrousseau@coopercarry.com

Cooper Carry


L E T ’ S TA L K A B O U T

WELL-BEING

A N D H O W I T AT T R A C T S & R E TA I N S T O P TA L E N T

O R F A E W TH

T

N E L A

63 85 87

R

T

%

%

of CEOs are concerned about the

of the global workforce is actively or passively

AVAILABILITY OF KEY SKILLS

LOOKING FOR A NEW EMPLOYER

PwC

%

of the global workforce is

“NOT ENGAGED” or is

“ACTIVELY DISENGAGED”

LinkedIn

Gallup

B UT FEW MAKE WE LL-B E I NG A PR IOR ITY

only 11%

only 17%

COMPREHENSIVE WELLNESS PROGRAM

$150 PER EMPLOYEE per year on their programs

of U.S. organizations offer what is considered to be a

of the organizations with a defined budget for wellness programs spend more than

Willis

Willis

TH E H IG H COSTS OF

POOR WE LL-B E I NG I N TH E WOR K PLACE

DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS • • •

Insurance, Medical/ Pharmaceutical, Absenteeism, Disability, Workers Compensation, Presenteeism

25-35

%

of payroll

HIDDEN COSTS • • • • • • •

Engagement/Morale Overtime/Replacement Costs Overstaffing Delays Customer Inconvenience Turnover Accidents

Society for Human Resource Management

IMPACT OF INCREASED

WE LL-B E I NG

A 10% INCREASE IN WELL-BEING IS ASSOCIATED WITH:

5%

increase in job performance

6%

more “best work” days per month

5%

fewer unscheduled absences

16% fewer ER visits

20% 24% 60% 66%

decrease in hospital admissions

lower presenteeism

lower medical costs

lower prescription costs

Gallup


SELF-ACTUALIZATION

purpose, values, empowerment WE LL-B E I N G

ESTEEM

trust, respect, autonomy, transparency

BELONGING

social needs, team dynamics, culture, connections

SAFETY

WE LLN E S S

ergonomics, privacy, safety, work-life fit

PHYSIOLOGICAL

lighting, temperature, food, movement, air quality, noise,

STEP 5

COMPANY MISSION

PURPOSE, MEANING & VALUES

STEP 4

ENGAGEMENT

SELF-WORTH & RESPECT

STEP 3

STEP 2

STEP 1

BRANDING

TRANSLATING BRAND INTO RELATIONSHIPS & CONNECTIONS

WELLNESS

PERSONAL HEALTH, SECURITY, SAFETY & STABILITY

SUSTAINABILITY

PHYSICAL HEALTH & ECOLOGICAL BALANCE

+ Provide the power of choice and autonomy + Embrace a higher purpose + Energize the workforce + Promote values & ethics + Celebrate the work

+ Design spaces to build rapport and trust + Provide for a range of sensory experiences + Offer opportunities for personal growth + Embrace transparency + Gather and embrace feedback + Using skills for good

+ Make it easy for people to connect with each other + Foster community & Inclusion + Tell your organizational story + Cultivate innovation & cross collaboration + Provide platform for experimentation & thinking differently

+ Support a healthy lifestyle + Provide holistic ergonomics support + Encourage active workdays + Eliminate dangers and toxins + Design for personal and information security

+ Provide basic human needs for clean air and water + Connections to nature + Physical comfort


We have put these ideas into action in some of our latest projects...


STATS

Size 44,500 SF Project Delivery Method Select-Bid

TH E PAVI LION AT 25 PAR K PLACE “TH E CU B E”

Georgia State University | Atlanta, Georgia

Services Performed

Existing conditions analysis, programming, space planning services, schematic design, design development, construction documentation, and construction administration. Owner’s Contact Information

Lisa Santschi Senior Project Manager Facilities Design & Construction Georgia State University 404-413-0742 Contractor’s Contact Information

Nadiene McClain Interiors/Special Projects Division Mgr Turner Construction Company 404-379-5976 nmcclain@tcco.com

“While their staff of professionals is easy and enjoyable to work with and collaborate effectively with deans, faculty, staff, researchers, and university administration, the hallmark of their services is the quality of their work and the character of their firm.” - Russ Seagren Director, Facilities Planning Georgia State University *complete reference letter will be provided upon request

8 | Cooper Carry

The Pavilion at 25 Park Place is the new home to “the Cube”, an initiative in “Communication, Creativity and Commerce” that will educate the next generation of Atlanta’s media producers in partnership with Georgia’s growing media industries. The Cube is transformational to the existing program with state of the art media facilities for media creation as well as become a highly visible iconic connection to the community displaying large format media both day and night. The design of the interior spaces creates opportunities for the students to learn and interact with each other, professors, and industry business leaders. The 34,000 SF facility encompasses three core facilities that include a Media Production Hub located on the first level, a Media Industries Incubation Center located on the second level, and a Digital Media Research Center.

ELEMENTS OF WELL-BEING

- AIR - LIGHT - COMFORT

*based on the Well Building Standard


BRANDING INSPIRATION: INITIATIVE Educate the next generation of Atlanta’s media producers and transform the program • • •

Large format media booth becomes a beacon and central gathering point Industrial and casual style reflects current workplace and students Media display opportunites throughout highlight the student’s work

WORKPLACE •

Coworking Spaces

VR, AR Labs for Media Programs

Collaboration Spaces


STATS

Size 323,000 SF

I NTE RG RAPH H EADQUARTE R S Huntsville, Alabama

Project Delivery Method Design-Build Services Performed

Cooper Carry provided master planning, programming, architecture, and interior design services Owner’s Contact Information

Ed Porter Hexagon 770-776-3609 ed.porter@hexagon.com Contractor’s Contact Information

Richard Anderson Robins & Morton 205-870-1000 randerson@robinsmorton.com

“Through a very thorough process, Cooper Carry spent weeks with our organization to understand how we work and discover our goals... This project was a huge undertaking; and I was glad to have the creative, meticulous, and amicable team from Cooper Carry. - Ed Porter Chief Human Resources Officer Hexagon *complete reference letter will be provided upon request

Intergraph, a high-tech software company in Huntsville, needed a new headquarters facility to reflect its smaller size, increasingly collaborative culture, and cutting-edge technology. Cooper Carry was asked to transform Intergraph’s existing workplace into an integrated work community by designing a state-of-the-art, $58 million facility. The layout is designed to promote productivity and collaboration between Intergraph’s employees. Multiple spots are scattered throughout the facility to encourage impromptu meetings and conversations between co-workers and clients. The state-of-the-art facility also features a barista coffee station, more than 1,000 parking spaces, charging stations for electric vehicles, a lake with bass, carp and catfish, webinar rooms, a binary clock, MegaBytes Café and more.

ELEMENTS OF WELL-BEING

- WATER - NOURISHMENT - LIGHT - COMFORT - FITNESS *based on the Well Building Standard


WORKPLACE • • •

No private offices Main street of collaboration spaces along the floorplan Desks that can be moved at will to accommodate changing scrum teams Custom designed power/data/ light custom docking stations


BRANDING INSPIRATION: GOAL Unique environment that reflects the modern, forward thinking innovative company •

Variety of meeting spaces

Bright colors and interesting materials

Graphics that reflect technology theme

Stairwell graphics

Playful areas


PAR K CE NTE R ON E

STATS

Size 585,000 SF

Dunwoody, Georgia

Project Delivery Method Design-Build Services Performed

Architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, master planning, and environmental graphic design Owner’s Contact Information

Mr. Larry A. Wilson, Division President - Southeast KDC Real Estate Dev. & Investments 704-554-6111 larry.wilson@kdc.com Contractor’s Contact Information

Mr. Ryan Saulsbury Project Manager Holder Construction Company 770-988-3000 rsaulsbury@holder.com

“The entire Cooper Carry team has truly been a partner for KDC and I would be pleased to have you contact me to discuss my experience with Cooper Carry on Park Center as well as other projects.” -Larry Wilson President KDC *complete reference letter will be provided upon request

Cooper Carry is the architect for Park Center One, in Dunwoody, Georgia. The project consists of a 585,000 SF office building and parking structure with a direct connection to public transit. Amenities include a fitness center and street level retail to support both the user and surrounding community resulting in a new and vibrant live, work, play community. The project is pursuing LEED Silver Certification. The interior design is driven by the client’s desire to create a creative and energetic “Work, Live, Play” environment. The initial floor diagram consisted of break areas at each end of the floor plate, with workstations and conference rooms in the center. These centralized areas provide either bustling activity on the side of the site park or a quiet, comfortable location on the other side of the elevator lobby.

ELEMENTS OF WELL-BEING

- AIR - NOURISHMENT - LIGHT - MIND

*based on the Well Building Standard


WORKPLACE •

Many stand up meeting spots throughout the floor for daily meetings

Inspiring, creative, and restful break areas


A

Full coverage digitally printed graphic applies to drywall Content unique to each floor Colors coordinate with interior palette for each floor Content to be coordinated with placement of light fixtures and standpipe graphic area may need to be reduced to avoid conflict

A

SIGN TYPE II Integrated Branding Graphic

A

ELEVATION AT LANDING Sign Type II-1, Integrated Branding Graphic Scale: NTS

Scale: 3/32” = 1’-0”


BRANDING INSPIRATION: SLOGAN “Like a good neighbor” Graphics Interior Tenant Specialty Sign Types II-1, II-2 • Creation of park themed spaces

Plan (Floors 10-21) Note: Floor 9 differs

• •

B

Bright and interesting graphics like the fabric of a city Red only used in connection with logo and interdpersed throughout the floor Stairwells incorporate historical facts

Painted drywall (color TBD) Painted drywall, 1 of 4 floor colors (1 for each interior scheme repeated throughout) Dimensional floor ID

Floor 21

B Floor 20

Floor 19 SIGN TYPE II-2

B

SIGN TYPE I Code required version (See Base Building Signs)

ELEVATION AT DOOR Sign Type II-2, Tenant Stairwell Level ID Scale: NTS


STATS

Size 70,000 SF

eVE STM E NT H EADQUARTE R S

Sandy Springs, Georgia

Project Delivery Method Design-Build Services Performed

Cooper Carry provided interior design services Owner’s Contact Information

Mr. Heath Wilson, Founder eVestment 877-769-2388 heath@evestment.com

Contractor’s Contact Information

Mr. Ed Miko Vice President HITT Contracting 770-916-4287 emiko@hitt-qc.com

“The design Cooper Carry created met our goals of an efficient, collaborative and fun workplace setting. We wanted to create an environment that would support our growth, help us attract and retain top talent and be conducive to creating innovative solutions that meet our clients’ needs.” - Heath Wilson Founder eVestment *complete reference letter will be provided upon request

eVestment is an Atlanta-based fintech firm which specializes in cloud-based solutions to help the institutional investment firms. Through a thorough workplace strategy process, Cooper Carry helped eVestment understand that any renovation of the existing space would be a very short term solution; and they chose to relocate to a larger building. eVestment’s goals for the space were to facilitate their dynamically quick software development process, accommodate growth quickly, and create an environment that was comfortable for the staff. The result is an open, airy, and energetic space, which directly reflects the brand of eVestment. No individual has a private office and workspaces are long benching tables where employees sit across from each other, to increase quick “on the fly” collaboration. Sprinkled throughout the plan are many enclosed team rooms of varying sizes and configurations; and glass, writable surfaces, are prevalent for collaboration and ideation.

ELEMENTS OF WELL-BEING

- WATER - NOURISHMENT - LIGHT - FITNESS - MIND *based on the Well Building Standard


WORKPLACE • • • •

Every meeting space has writable surfaces Variety of meeting type rooms Monumental stair connects the founders to the front door Exterior meeting and break area connected to town hall via garage doors


BRANDING INSPIRATION: VALUES Innovation, teamwork, focus and humility • • • •

Ideation is on display everywhere Graphic wallcovering reflects a network Each floor has a writable area at the elevators for messaging Materials are raw and simple


STATS

Size D.C. - 65,000 sf New York - 44,960 SF Atlanta - 227,000 SF San Francisco - 43,000 SF Walnut Creek - 18,000 SF

KI LPATR ICK TOWN S E N D LAW OFFICE S Various Locations

Project Delivery Method Design-Build Services Performed

Interior Design

Owner’s Contact Information

Ms. Ashley Luke Director of Operations Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP 404-815-6548 Aluke@kilpatricktownsend.com Contractor’s Contact Information

Ms. Jennie Rusciano Project Manager CA South 404-775-8972 jennie@ca-south.com

“[Cooper Carry] started this project by listening to the individual needs and concerns of our attorneys and staff, and continued to adapt the design throughout the project to meet both functional and aesthetic goals. They pushed us out of our comfort zone and helped us transition to space that is more reflective of where we hope to move as a firm.” - Ashley Luke Director of Operations Kilpatrick Townsend

Kilpatrick Townsend engaged Cooper Carry to design the office of the future for this forward-thinking law firm. While gaining space efficiency is a big driver, the team focused on design concepts that will provide a comfortable and functional workplace for the attorneys and staff to help them transition to a new way of working. The offices in Washington DC, Atlanta, San Francisco, Walnut Creek, and New York consist of renovated spaces which have helped to reposition this multi-national law firm into beautiful new, efficient and sustainable work places. The offices incorporate lower ratios of attorneys to support staff where redistributed allowing for square footage to become available for new “shared spaces” such as case work rooms and video conferencing facilities. They allow flexibility within individual practice groups by creating opportunities for varying sizes and types of work spaces. The projects employ modern trends in law firm design and sustainable construction practices.

ELEMENTS OF WELL-BEING

- FITNESS - LIGHT - COMFORT

*based on the Well Building Standard


WORKPLACE •

• •

Hub of different collaborative spaces and café immediately adjacent to reception area Library is a small, well appointed corridor Collaborative areas interspersed within the paralegals and secretary desks


BRANDING INSPIRATION: DRIVER Increase collaboration and reflect the clientel •

Large amount of meeting spaces throughout

Transparentcy and low partitions

Large scale images of the city

Dynamic wall patterns


ATL A N TA

N E W YO R K

WAS H I N GTO N D. C .

www.coopercarry.com


Employee Well-Being and How it Inspires Innovation