Comcast's Wild West Office
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THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN APRIL 2014
Neil Gonzales | The Registry
Justin Miller wants his employees to run wild. Wild with creativity, that is.
It helps that their workplace environment at Comcast Cable’s recently expanded Silicon Valley Innovation Center in Sunnyvale is particularly conducive to that goal, from the carpet’s quirky circuit-board pattern to conference rooms playfully named after songs and from the magnetic, writable walls to the cool exposed ceiling.
“Part of having an innovation center is to go crazy and free,” said Miller, general manager of Comcast Silicon Valley. The Innovation Center was launched in 2011 in 40,000 square feet at the Moffett Towers, 1050 Enterprise Way. It now has been expanded to 70,000 square feet on two floors...
“We wanted people’s ideas to soar. You need space for that.”Justin Miller, General Manager, Comcast Silicon Valley
Bay Area-based builder BCCI served as the general contractor for the expansion effort, whose cost was not disclosed, while the Urban Field Group, a San Francisco-based construction management company, was the project manager...
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