1001 West Wilshire Boulevard
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Prompted by an expansion in clients and the need for more diverse and collaborative workspaces, Alvine Engineering built out a new, larger office space in Oklahoma City. Previously a document storage area, the new office space required tenant improvements to elevate the building to the standard of the engineers’ designs for their clients. In addition to the workspace and conference rooms, the office features customizable lighting, a wellness room, and a break room and kitchenette.
- Three conference rooms showcase different lighting designs with flexible dimming control.
- Dedicated collaboration spaces to encourage cross-discipline discussion.
- Audiovisual and telecommunications were designed to provide a consistent user experience in all office locations, streamlining internal support via similar hardware.
- Workstations feature linear lights in the form of downlights that provide personal control at workstations and uplights resulting in a unified appearance across the space.
- Low-profile LED lighting mounted within extruded aluminum channels provide under-cabinet lighting in the breakroom and copy room.
- Occupancy sensors within the breakroom and copy room automatically dim or turn on the lighting when occupants are or are not detected.
- The existing variable refrigerant system was reconfigured to meet the office’s needs, providing an energy-efficient system with multiple zones of conditioning within the office space.
- Active air cleaning methods were added to the HVAC system to provide improved indoor air quality.
Photography credit: Theresa Bragg Photography