Bergmann provided architectural and engineering services for the upgrade of various office space and entrance lobbies in two buildings that are part of a manufacturing campus for a confidential client. The scope of work included programming of the spaces with the client and Jones Lang LaSalle representatives to determine spatial requirements and adjacencies. As a flagship project to motivate cultural changes within the organization, formal design iterations were provided including schematic design, design development and construction documents. Bergmann met with key stakeholders throughout the design process to balance future change with current employee structures, facilitating a transparent and engaging work environment. Design development drawings were provided to obtain initial contract pricing to compare to estimates Bergmann generated. The delivery approach migrated into a quasi-design build approach with the LeChase Construction becoming a more integrated partner in providing input to the design in terms of constructability.
In parallel to the design process, Bergmann worked with client-approved furniture representative, Work Place Interiors, to develop an FF&E package suitable for pricing. This included developing material selections, renderings and presentation to the client's Corporate Real Estate group for review and approval.
Bergmann provided construction phase services during implementation by reviewing submittals, responding to RFI’s and working in tandem with the builder to fit out the spaces in preparation until completion.