Corus360, a technology consulting and solutions company, helps organizations solve business problems, reduce costs, and enhance efficiency with business-aligned technology solutions. So when it came to the renovation of their Gwinnett office space, reflecting the company’s commitment to sustainability and efficiency were top priority of the space, which recently achieved LEED Gold certification.
The project began with the complete interior demolition of the existing two story building. The new space boasts many eco-friendly features, including occupancy-sensing compact fluorescent lighting, water- saving plumbing, additional windows for natural lighting, efficient AC units and a white roof that reflects rather than absorbs sunrays. In addition, over 90 percent, or 665,000 pounds, of the waste created during renovation and construction was recycled.
The floor plan includes large training and conference rooms, several war rooms, office space, and a large full-service break room. The project has an exterior scope that consists of a new EIFS exterior skin, new windows, and TPO roof. The finishes include laminate wall panels, all glass office fronts, cork flooring, recycled glass countertops, exposed fog painted ceilings in select areas, and elastomeric paint on the exterior ribbed block.
Unique features include a new holeless hydraulic elevator, a FM200 fire suppression system for the server room, electric blackout shades in the conference room, and access flooring in the future data center.