A view inside Schiavone Construction’s new headquarters space in Secaucus. — Courtesy: DMR Architects
by Joshua Burd
A construction company is now occupying its new 30,000-square-foot headquarters space in Secaucus, following a design and build-out overseen by DMR Architects.
The Hasbrouck Heights-based design firm announced that it completed the project on behalf of Schiavone Construction, which moved into the space at 150 Meadowlands Parkway. The tenant, which had occupied a different space in the building, is now on the second floor in a suite that includes polished concrete and wood grained vinyl floors, sliding commercial-grade barn doors, exposed ceilings and lower height work stations with glass panels.
“We wanted to use elements like the concrete flooring and exposed ceilings to architecturally represent Schiavone’s business while organizing the work station to encourage the collaborative spirit that has contributed to its international success,” Lloyd Rosenberg, CEO and president of DMR Architects, said in a prepared statement. “With Schiavone in a complementary industry to DMR Architects, it has provided more extensive insight into the project than a lot of our other clients.
“We welcomed its contributions, which resulted in a unique and functional space.”
Schiavone Construction has major infrastructure contracts for tunnels, mass transit and subway projects, bridges and highways, deep foundations, marine work and water treatment plants, according to a news release from DMR Architects.
This article originally appeared on Real Estate New Jersey.