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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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Confidential Pharmaceutical Client

Waltham, MA

Office, Science/Tech

This remodel project aimed to create a workplace that adapts to the client’s evolving needs and seamlessly blends modern design and practical functionality. Utilizing demountable walls, specifically cutting-edge Haworth EFG Walls and Muraflex Expo, allowed for a sleek design and adaptable workplace layout. This innovative approach ensures flexibility in office configurations, enhancing the space’s overall efficiency and aesthetic appeal.

This project demonstrates our team’s expertise in demountable wall solutions and emphasizes our commitment to delivering comprehensive workplace solutions tailored to each client’s unique needs. With a trusted partnership of over 15 years, we’re excited to continue providing workplace solutions that blend style and usability for this client.

Additionally, our collaboration with Environments at Work, our affiliate specializing in office furniture solutions, was critical to the success of this project. Together, we streamlined the office renovation, providing both furnishing and architectural solutions, ensuring a cohesive and harmonious transformation of the office space.

Solutions/Scope

  • Haworth EFG Walls: 222 LF 2-channel offset glass
  • Muraflex Expo: 26 LF 1/2” clear tempered
  • Old Castle: 1/2” clear tempered glass for the EFG walls

 

Products
Demountable Walls, Glass & Glazing
General Contractor
Siena Construction
Architect
Margolis+Fishman
Photography
Sri Thumati Photography

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The Hub on Causeway

Boston, MA

Office, Hospitality/Retail

The demountable wall installation in the 11th Floor Spec Suites at The Hub on Causeway was successful in delineating separate areas within the space, enhancing functionality, and improving its overall aesthetic appeal. The project demonstrated effective collaboration among the general contractor, architect, developer, and Integrated at Work (IAW), resulting in a space that effortlessly meets design expectations.

Solutions/Scope:

  • Installed 515 LF of low-profile glass demountable doors and walls.
  • Installed 4 suites; entire scope completed over 2 weeks.
  • Both regular time (RT) and overtime (OT) hours were utilized strategically to meet the customer’s specific timeline and requirements.
  • IAW’s partner, Johnson & Goglia Contracting, Inc., carried out the installation process with quality and precision.

 

Products
Demountable Walls
General Contractor
Columbia Construction
Architect
Stantec
Developer
BXP
Photography
IAW
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Utile

Boston, MA

Office

Integrated at Work (IAW) takes pride in the success of this modest-sized project, which had a significant impact by not only expanding the Utile Boston office but also highlighting the capabilities of the installed products and showcasing the expertise of the installation team.

The project involved installing a demountable wall system featuring specific elements such as a framed pivot glass door and an oversized bi-part sliding door on the 2nd floor. This combination seamlessly blended visual appeal with practicality. Noteworthy are the challenges overcome during the integration of the oversized sliding door. The team’s adeptness, in collaboration with Utile and Muraflex, is a testament to effective collaboration and skilled problem-solving in the face of unique challenges.

The success of the Utile Boston office expansion underscores the efficiency and proficiency of both the installed products and the installation team, contributing to a positive and impactful outcome.

Solutions/Scope:

  • 4.5 linear feet of Muraflex Fino wall
  • Framed pivot glass door
  • Oversized Muraflex Mimo bi-part sliding door
Products
Demountable Walls, Pivot & Sliding Glass Doors
General Contractor
Utile Design
Architect
Utile Design
Photography
Nico Love
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Affini-T Therapeutics

Watertown, MA

Science/Tech

Integrated at Work (IAW) completed the installation of demountable walls, doors, and switch glass applications at Affini-T Therapeutics’ new headquarters at 100 Forge within Arsenal Yards, Watertown, MA.

Applying switch glass technology provided privacy on demand.  Switch glass controls the amount of light transmitted through the glass, allowing it to change from transparent to opaque when needed.

Check out our video below showing switch glass in action.

Solutions/Scope

  • 255 LF Muraflex Demountable Walls
  • 25 doors and switch glass applications

IAW’s affiliate, Environments at Work (EAW), provided Affini-T with its workplace furnishings. Together, our family of companies creates a seamless process for our clients through a combined effort and an active line of communication. Learn more here

Products
Demountable Walls
General Contractor
Erland Construction
Architect
SmithGroup
Photography
courtesy of Erland Construction; IAW
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Pyxis Oncology

Boston, MA

Office, Science/Tech

Integrated at Work installed beautiful glass walls throughout Pyxis Oncology’s new office using Haworth’s Enclose demountable wall system. Unique pink-colored frames were used in some areas, creating stunning delineated spaces. Working with our partners at OTJ Architects and The Richmond Group, we delivered a professional space with a smooth delivery.

Solutions/Scope

  • Haworth Enclose Frameless Glass
  • Oldcastle Single & Double Glazed Glass

IAW’s affiliate, Environments at Work (EAW), provided Pyxis with its workplace furnishings. Together, our family of companies creates a seamless process for our clients through a combined effort and an active line of communication. Learn more here

3,635 LF

Products
Demountable Walls, Glass & Glazing
General Contractor
Richmond Group
Architect
OTJ Architects
Photography
IAW

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Aspen Square Management

Agawam, MA

Office

Integrated at Work (IAW) provided demountable glass and solid walls for Aspen Square Management’s new national headquarters. IAW created an adaptable work environment to support the “future of work” and employee needs of the real estate investment and property management firm. Glass walls create visual flow and connection throughout the office. Leveraging our talented self-performing installation crew, the project was completed on time and within budget.

Solutions/Scope

  • Muraflex Fino Demountable Walls
  • IAW’s affiliate, People, Places & Spaces (PPS), provided the furnishings for Aspen’s beautiful new space.

354 LF

Products
Demountable Walls
Architect
Harrison Mulhern Architects
Photography
Alex Rosenfeld

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64 Pleasant Street

Watertown, MA

Office, Science/Tech

For this life science redevelopment project, Integrated at Work (IAW) showcases its interior and exterior capabilities.

Exterior Scope

  • 1,390 SF exterior storefront and entrances and windows with 1” insulated glass units with Solarban 60 low-e coating & insulated spandrel panels
  • 736 SF curtain wall with 1” insulated glass units with Solarban 60 low-e coating
  • 645 SF post painted aluminum metal panels at curtain wall
  • 3,781 SF corrugated metal panels as roof screen wall

Interior Scope

  • 369 SF interior storefront and doors with ½” clear tempered glass infill
  • 220 SF frameless glass mirrors
Products
Storefront & Curtain Wall, Interior Aluminum Frames and Doors, Sidelite Glazing
General Contractor
Columbia Construction
Architect
SGA
Photography
IAW
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Landmark Bio

Watertown, MA

Office, Science/Tech

Integrated at Work (IAW) used multiple demountable and glass wall systems to create and define space throughout Landmark Bio’s laboratory. The project was a remodel of an existing space and tenant fit-out. Working closely with the GC partner, IAW delivered this multi-phased project on time and within budget.

Solutions:

  • 105 LF Muraflex Fino office fronts, ½’’ and ¼’’ interior glazing supplied by Oldcastle
  • 9/16’’ laminated bent glass supplied by Standard Bent Glass
  • Stanley Dura-Care single sliding doors & plexiglass splash guards
  • 700 SF glazing package

105 LF / 700 SF

Products
Specialty Doors, Demountable Walls, Glass & Glazing
General Contractor
The Richmond Group
Architect
Payette Associates
Photography
IAW