It was a big job: Expand the campus of a corporate headquarters without interrupting business. Koch Industries turned to Hutton, who earned it through their successful renovation of the company’s café three years earlier. The campus project included moving a street a quarter of a mile to make room for 210,000 square feet of new construction. And that was just the beginning.
A WORKING LUNCH
Hutton expanded the company's café to 28,000 square feet. On average, it serves 3,000 employees daily. No detail was overlooked. The finishes are clean, the floor terrazzo and the lighting modern and bright — important features that transformed what could have been a commissary in the basement into an inviting café.
3,920 cubic feet of granite, sourced from the same quarry that furnished the façade of the existing building.
The new building is skinned with 3,920 cubic feet of granite, sourced from the same quarry that furnished the façade of the existing building. The gleaming, dark rock and glass building was softened by the 2,500 flowers planted outside. Inside, more than a million feet of electrical wiring keeps the lights on and the high technology humming in the 42 conference rooms and other spaces.