#b#Expansion: Spiezle Moves to Hamilton#/b#
Spiezle Architectural Group is moving its headquarters from Sanhican Drive in Trenton to the Interstate Office Park on Yardville-Hamilton Square Road in Hamilton to accommodate expanded business.
The new 15,000-square-foot open-layout office was built to house additional workers needed for landscape design and interior design jobs, bringing the company’s workforce to about 60. The firm also said the new office will do work in education, senior living, acute healthcare, government, commercial, hospitality, and not-for-profit projects. The new office is a change in layout, with everyone now on the same floor, and has room for future expansion.
“We are pleased to be establishing our new home in Hamilton and look forward to becoming an integral partner within the community,” said CEO Thomas S. Perrino. “Our enhanced space provides us with the ideal atmosphere to fulfill our ongoing mission to continue serving our valued clients and to develop new relationships for years to come.”
The new office features open work spaces combined with smaller gathering areas, and it is laid out to make effective use of natural light, with low-profile furniture designed to allow daylight to flood the office. The company says these features are meant to “inspire transparency, collaboration, and creativity among professionals.” The creative team is placed on the outside of the office where they will get the most light, in a measure intended to encourage innovation. Amenities include a pantry and a small gym with a shower room.
“The design of our new headquarters was the ultimate collaboration engaging the extraordinary talents of all our professionals,” Perrino said. “We solicited ideas, needs, and requirements from our entire staff, culminating in a space that is a true reflection of our creative and team-oriented culture.”
Spiezle is the first tenant of the 40,000-square-foot, two-story Interstate Office Park. The property is being leased by NAI Fennelly.
Spiezle Architectural Group Inc., 1395 Yardville-Hamilton Square Road, Hamilton 08690. 609-695-7400. Thomas Perrino, president and CEO. www.spiezle.com.
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