DMR recently completed the refit of 21,000 square feet at the CityView Corporate Center in Lyndhurst, NJ for Vitals, a web-based healthcare technology company that allows users to comparison shop for healthcare.
DMR planned the modern workspace to embrace an environment which allows for flexibility and adaptation to different work styles including no walls or departments, strategically placed executive offices, and a layout that allows for movement through the office without cutting through departments.
The design includes 13 offices with eight foot glass windows and shared work areas that allow daylight to come in from all sides, resulting in more than 95 percent of the offices and meeting rooms having access to daylight. There is no ceiling in the shared work area, adding to the open space feeling. Workspace heights allow for privacy while sitting, but engagement while standing. In addition, loose furniture allows for quick transformation for collaboration, and desks can be raised or lowered so employees have the option to transition to and from a standing desk.
The wall of the board room, which connects to the kitchen, consists of solid wood doors that pivot 90 degrees to allow for a quick transformation into a large gathering area.
"Our rapid growth necessitated a relocation to a larger space," said Bryan Perler, CFO of Vitals. "DMR really understood the psyche of our employees and the people we want to continue to attract to our company."
The Vitals project, which was completed this summer, was recently featured in several news publications, including NJBiz and New Jersey Business.
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