Snyder Building Construction Completes Arcadis Office Downsize
As pandemic restrictions continue to lift, companies are faced with the question of how best to accommodate their employee’s return to the office. Many have decided to move forward with a hybrid model (part-time in the office and part-time remote) and are considering a revised use or smaller footprint. As a result, more businesses are downsizing their office space to accommodate less demand.
Snyder Building Construction recently completed the downsizing of the Arcadis Highlands Ranch office space from a single-tenant per floor to a multi-tenant space on one floor. Due to the new architectural layout for the downsized office, a new entryway was required to access the amended space. The Snyder team, demolished walls and re-framed/rebuilt them to create multiple workspaces. Doors needed to be re-framed in their new locations and new finishes were installed. This project illustrates the effective downsizing of an existing space to a footprint that better suits the needs of an evolving company.
Arcadis is a global design, engineering and management consulting company based in the Netherlands. They are dedicated to minimizing impact and improving quality of life and have a branch office located in Highlands Ranch. Bancroft Capital owns the building that Arcadis is located in and contracted with Snyder Building Construction for the tenant improvement for Arcadis’ downsizing.
“Snyder Building Construction is a fantastic partner for us. They have worked effectively and efficiently on all of our office projects in the Denver metro, with the downsizing of Arcadis as the most recent project. For Arcadis, Snyder managed any shifting logistics with ease, including the construction of a brand-new entryway to accommodate the change in the office layout relative to the new downsized footprint. I highly recommend them to anyone renovating or downsizing their office space,” said Joe Lamkin, Bancroft Capital.