PNC Bank Primary Photo

PNC Bank

Various locations

Office, Hospitality/Retail

Integrated at work (IAW) has been working with PNC Bank to outfit new office spaces and reconfigure existing spaces for many of its retail banking branches throughout Massachusetts, keeping PNC’s facilities secure and running with minimal downtime.

Early involvement is key to project success. IAW met with the PNC project team early and throughout the submittal phase to review building conditions and define expectations to complete the three projects below. IAW has completed multiple projects concurrently for PNC in the Greater Boston area including Lynnfield, Burlington, Boston’s Financial District, and the Back Bay.

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Products
Haworth Enclose office fronts, Muraflex sliding door, Oldcastle exterior storefront curtainwall
General Contractor
Varies by location: Turner Construction, Corderman
Architect
Varies by location; Gensler, GPD Group
Photography
IAW

Back Bay/Boylston Street, Boston (100LF) Project execution was comprised of three distinct areas: (1) Haworth Enclose Walls for office and conference rooms, (2) Muraflex sliding door to separate the ATM vestibule from the main offices on the west side, and (3) a full storefront curtainwall with a security door and auto door operators to access the ATM vestibule. Coordination was paramount. Prep work was necessary to improve building conditions for proper installation of materials as well as verifying dimensions to release material. Clear communication between the auto door operator technician subcontractor (Stanley door) and the GC’s security personnel and electricians allowed IAW to properly install the product to secure the ATM space on time right before Thanksgiving. Site logistics and operations were stressed during that time due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but despite challenges, the IAW team completed a successful installation.

Boylston Street/Chestnut Hill, MA (66 LF) For this project, IAW coordinated with the GC and client to develop design drawings and release material based on hold-to dimensions. This required more coordination on-site during layout and construction to ensure all the drywall partitions were built in the space accordingly, and that the walls fit properly. The installation went well, and we have repeated this application in multiple branches in Lynnfield, Burlington, and Back Bay.

One International Place, Boston (330 LF) IAW installed Haworth Enclose demountable walls including 32 aluminum doors. Integrated provided a break metal solution to keep with the clean, narrow jamb sightlines. Adhering to the project’s strict deadlines and loading the building were challenges, but IAW worked with the GC and other trade partners to ensure the job stayed on schedule and exceeded all project requirements.