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Chick-fil-A Campus

Choate Construction has collaborated with Chick-fil-A since 2010, transforming their corporate headquarters campus which spans 73-wooded acres.

Below is a sampling of projects Choate has completed with the fast-food leader.

Chick-fil-A Parking Deck (515,000 SF)
This massive cast-in-place concrete 7-level, 1,521-space parking deck is constructed adjacent to the main headquarters building.

Chick-fil-A Food Innovation Center (35,000 SF)
The Food Innovation Center consists of four test kitchens, providing the necessary space for further innovation and advancement of Chick-fil-A’s offered products. Also included in the facilities are food laboratories, office, storage and employee amenity space.

Chick-fil-A South Building 5th Floor (17,500 SF)
Centered on workplace mobility and collaboration, the 5th floor of Chick-fil-A’s South Building receives an interior renovation following the design example of the Leadership Hub completed in 2015. The renovation allows for more collaborative interaction amongst employees through the use of open office spaces and teaming rooms. Glass walls, numerous carpets, cork flooring, decorative floor and wall tile, fabric and custom wall coverings, banquette seating featuring designer fabrics, and writable wall paint fuse to create the unique space. Architectural woodwork is incorporated in several areas to create the warm, welcoming environment.

Chick-fil-A 4th Floor Renovation (17,500 SF)
This renovation allows for more collaborative interaction between employees through the use of open office spaces and teaming rooms. Glass walls, numerous carpets, cork flooring, decorative floor and wall tile, fabric and custom wall coverings, banquette seating featuring designer fabrics, and writable wall paint fuse to create the unique space. Architectural woodwork is incorporated in several areas to create the warm, welcoming environment. Numerous ceiling types including wood, suspended baffles, acoustical ceiling tiles, and drywall give the lid of the space its own personality.

Chick-fil-A Simulator Pods (6,000 SF)
Chick-fil-A’s Corporate Office builds out their interior space to create several pod rooms simulating restaurant kitchens. The simulated kitchens are made of drywall and glass partitions. Containing equipment similar to what’s found in Chick-fil-A restaurants, operators are able to train in a lifelike kitchen environment.

Chick-fil-A Childcare Expansion (14,900 SF)
With a growing need for more childcare space, this expansion adds to existing workplace-sponsored childcare facilities on Chick-fil-A’s campus. Accepting children infant to school-age, the facility provides classrooms, dining area, and a common playground shared with the existing facility.

Lincoln 200 Pilot (15,450 SF)
Adjacent to Chick-fil-A’s main headquarters, this buildout in the Lincoln B building attractively refreshes 15,450-SF of office space. The space is a combination of partitioned office space and open cubicles, featuring stained wood doors with full glass lites at all offices, decorative ceiling tile, and architectural subway tile in the restrooms.

Chick-fil-A First Response Center (14,500 SF)
Chick-fil-A headquarters office receives a centralized internal help desk including a breakroom, restrooms, numerous office areas, as well as meeting and conference room space.

Chick-fil-A Pen & Hatch (15,000 SF)
Modifications to the existing Pen & Hatch space at Chick-fil-A’s headquarters create additional enclosed offices and conference rooms are the main purpose of this renovation.The use of decorative wall finishes and lighting give this interior modification personality and flair to further enhance the existing space.

Lincoln 100 Addition (12,000 SF)
The Lincoln 100 addition consists of consists of typical office and conference interior construction with a large portion of the offices being created by the use of demountable furniture to allow for flexibility in the future. The use of carpet tiles for the flooring, decorative ceiling tile and some exposed structure complete the interior addition.