The innovative design of this two-phase project provided a cohesive environment for 1,300 Cummins employees utilizing the company’s collaborative workplace strategy and provided flexible meeting space, open collaboration areas, and focus areas to promote mobility and cross-discipline interfacing, creativity, and the sharing of ideas.
Cummins COM project is a 400,000 sf interior renovation of an existing building within the Columbus, Indiana Cummins administrative campus. The office renovation serves primarily engineering and discovery functions for engine design. The project consisted of five stories of space subdivided by a four-story atrium space. The entry level is the welcoming floor with large collaboration spaces allowing for other Cummins business groups to meet and share space with the engineering users. Spaces included engineering labs, social hubs, resource centers, meditation spaces, focus rooms, meeting spaces and wellness areas. The office spaces are flexible and mobile with quiet neighborhoods and office landscapes supporting a mobile work environment. The atrium space provides natural light to all the levels and was adjacent to large training rooms. Furnishings were low height with storage lockers and lounge zones were placed throughout the space promoting conversations around the mission of creating new technologies.
LocationColumbus, Indiana, USA
- ClientCummins, Inc.
- TypeCorporate / Interiors / Office
- Size200,000 F²