Corporate

Caldwell & Walsh Completes Entegris Renovation

The operable partitions are frequently used to accommodate town hall meetings with employees / © Kevin Chu + Jessica Paul Architectural Photographers

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Conference room / © Kevin Chu + Jessica Paul Architectural Photographers

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Workspaces / © Kevin Chu + Jessica Paul Architectural Photographers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Danbury, CT – Caldwell & Walsh Building Construction recently announced the completion of an office integration project for Entegris, Inc., a provider of products and materials for semiconductor and other high technology manufacturing.

When challenged to consolidate employees from two facilities into one location, its objectives were not only to accommodate the increased number of employees but to enhance features of the existing site. As staff and visitors enter the lobby, they are now greeted by a branded, glass-partitioned conference room with a painted accent wall. Doubling the amount of employees in a single space required more cubicle space, private offices, and conference rooms.

An existing conference room was renovated to double the size. The newly installed operable partition offers flexibility, allowing the room to be turned into two smaller spaces if needed. Operable partitions were also installed in a conference room adjacent to the cafeteria to accommodate large gatherings and presentations.

Upgrades to the mechanical systems were necessary in order to redistribute air and provide comfort for employees. In addition, a cafeteria was outfitted with new millwork, cabinetry, counters, and additional seating.

All construction activities were carefully coordinated with the owner. The company remained fully operational during construction, maintaining its three-shift schedule.

 

 

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