BCCI was hired during preconstruction for the two-floor interiors redesign in Adobe’s East Tower at its San Jose headquarters as part of an ongoing effort to evolve the company’s workplace into a more open and collaborative work environment. The newly renovated floors were designed to house Adobe’s executive team. A design-build project delivery method was utilized for upgrades to the mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire sprinklers systems to support the new space plan. A new architectural staircase connecting the 15th and 16th floors was craned into the space through a window. One of the major aspects of the improvements entailed the installation of complex audiovisual systems including a high tech boardroom with four tracking video cameras, a 103” plasma display, and 11 touch screen displays that retract into the boardroom table. Additionally the new build-out comprised private video phone rooms, small video meeting rooms, and large video conferencing rooms to provide for a wide range of audiovisual needs. The interiors project incorporated the use of sustainable materials and was built to LEED Gold equivalency.
Architect: Valerio Dewalt Train Associates
Project Size: 40,000 sf
Date Completed: December 2012