Bish’s corporate office remodel called for a comprehensive overhaul of Bish’s existing 27,780sf tenant space to align with the evolving needs of the company that included demolition and upgraded floor-to-ceiling finishes, as well as HVAC and technological upgrades.
The completed space is not only aesthetically pleasing and approachable but highly functional.
GC: HC Company, Inc.
Architect: Hillside Architecture, PLLC
Engineers: Structural Edge Engineering, PLLC . and Engineering Consultants
Interior Design: Josephine West LLC
Interior Furnishings: Freeform
Photos: Levi Watson
Demo: The project involved selective demolition, encompassing the removal of existing equipment within the 65,000 sf building, including gantry cranes, rails/tracks, lathe, and CNC machine. Throughout this process, the existing metal building structure was preserved.
Addition: The construction phase included the addition of a 6,800 sf steel structure building on the south side of the existing metal building. Additionally, a new wall has been installed to create two separate leasable areas within the existing building.
Owner: Bespoke Holdings Company General Contractor: HC Company Architect: Schlicter Ugrin Architecture Engineering: KM Engineering and King Mechanical