Freshwater, a nonprofit specializing in clean water advocacy, had recently leased space at Court International. Their suite was originally used as an extension of an existing tenant, and now it needed to be converted into an entirely autonomous office.
Freshwater’s new space had floor-to-ceiling glass windows that overlooked the building’s interior atrium. To bring more of this natural light into the existing offices, glass sidelights were installed. New paint and carpeting was added throughout. In an effort to save costs, the layout of the space was modified to fit the company’s existing furniture. Suntide construction also built a meeting room, break room and a six foot wall at reception to accommodate additional workstations. A large, Freshwater logo will eventually be painted at the entryway.
New carpet tile and LVT in kitchen
Glass sidelights in all offices
New glass entry
Updated LED fixtures throughout
Millwork (cabinets and countertops)
Exposed Steel Columns
BEFORE & AFTER PHOTOS
Open Work Area