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WHOOP

Boston, MA

Office, Science/Tech

WHOOP engaged the AT WORK COLLABORATIVE companies—Integrated at Work, Environments at Work, and People, Places & Spaces—to design an inclusive workspace that reflects WHOOP’s product style and design. Integrated at Work (IAW) delivered demountable walls, glass and glazing, and shower enclosure solutions for this high-profile project.

IAW installed 110 doors and 1039 linear feet of Muraflex MIMO offset partitions. These partitions boasted a sleek black anodized aluminum finish and matching hardware, aligning with WHOOP’s branding. The collaboration with Studios Architecture and Gilbane Building Company spanned eight floors, seamlessly integrating demountable walls and glass features.

Through our collaboration with our AT WORK COLLABORATIVE companies, we streamlined the office renovation, providing both furnishing and architectural solutions, ensuring a cohesive and harmonious space transformation. Additionally, our team enabled WHOOP to achieve their diversity corporate goals. This project showcased our expertise in specialty contracting and reinforced our reputation as a reliable partner.

Solutions/Scope

  • 1039 LF Demountable Walls/Muraflex MIMO offset partitions
  • 110 Doors
  • Glass & Glazing for Feature Walls
  • Shower Enclosures by OBE Showers
Products
Demountable Walls | Glass & Glazing
General Contractor
Gilbane Building Company
Architect
Studios Architecture
Photography
Garrett Rowland

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Murtha Cullina LLP

Hartford, CT

Office

Integrated at Work (IAW) executed a complete solution for the Murtha Cullina law firm. The project consisted of office fronts for all conference rooms and private offices within the space.

Coordination efforts and numerous site visits were necessary to release material on time. The project began and progressed throughout the onset of the COVID-19, which posed significant health and logistical risks and many uncertainties to the project’s completion and duration.

This project demonstrated IAW’s resilience and ability to “think outside the box”. Challenges with existing field conditions (drywall not being plumb, flooring variance outside of tolerance) required the IAW team to make necessary modifications to complete installation. For example, the glass in the feature wall behind the reception desk required notches to accommodate ceiling partitions that were in the way of providing a flush look, leaving no space of the wall uncovered. Even under unprecedented circumstances – in this case,  adapting to COVID-19 modifications – the IAW team executed a successful job and provided outstanding service to our client.

456 LF

Products
Muraflex Fino Demountable Walls, Specialty Back-painted Glass
General Contractor
SLAM
Architect
SLAM
Photography
IAW