Headquartered in Cambridge, Lightforce Orthodontics is responsible for engineering the first ever 3D printed bracket made of ceramic polycrystalline alumina, marking the first time orthodontists were able to create personalized fixed appliance treatments.
“On this project we had a great group. Between Haynes Group, Maugel Architects, and the subcontractors, all were willing to do what it took no matter the ask,” said Emily Bozek, project manager at Haynes Group, Inc.
The team modified existing building systems; installed exterior signage, flooring, and new finishes; and constructed 7,587sf of office space and 4,739sf of factory space. The excellent condition of the existing building roof deck allowed for the installation of full-height exterior windows that flood office and production areas with natural light.
“The entire team did a fantastic job delivering the space as expected in a highly professional manner,” said Eran Nadir, director of operations and manufacturing at Lightforce Orthodontics.
“Every job has their unique qualities,” said Bozek. “Our goal is to ensure the client receives great customer service no matter the size or project type.”
At Haynes Group, teammates focus on building strong bonds with their clients to build a space that reflects their company culture and values and fosters productivity, happiness, and company pride.
“The Haynes Group and Maugel Architects worked together seamlessly in terms of field and office coordination,” said Chilton Griffin, managing partner at The Tenant Agency. “I felt as though they were proactively looking out for us throughout the process.”
“It was a real pleasure working with you all, the Lightforce team is super excited and looking forward to entering the new space,” said Nadir.