OZ Architecture aids Trimble expansion in Colorado

Sunnyvale, California-based Trimble, Inc. has begun construction on a new building designed by OZ Architecture in Westminster, Colorado. As Trimble’s second building at the Westminster campus, the new office will double Trimble’s presence at this location, making it the global company’s largest employment center. The Westminster office houses Trimble’s research and new product development for industries like agriculture, civil construction and geospatial/site surveying.

The building project will pursue a LEED Silver certification and will include an open design; ample co-working areas to provide flexibility for a highly mobile workforce; and a walkway connecting the two buildings. A large, multi-use space will open to an outdoor amphitheater, providing outdoor meeting space.

“There’s a distinct focus on open, flexible spaces with touch-down work stations to help accommodate Trimble’s highly mobile, global workforce,” said Rick Petersen, lead architect on the project. “The design also makes the most of both indoor and outdoor space, integrating the two buildings with areas to work, gather and hold meetings outdoors so Trimble employees can take full advantage of Colorado’s climate and gorgeous views.”

The new building is slated to be completed in late 2018. View the Denver Business Journal story here.

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