A pantry area at Immunomedics’ newly renovated headquarters in Morris Plains — Courtesy: Hollister Construction Services
By Joshua Burd
A life sciences company has debuted its renovated 30,000-square-foot headquarters in Morris Plains, under a newly completed project by Hollister Construction Services.
The construction management firm worked on behalf of Immunomedics, an oncology biotech company, to perform a full overhaul of the space at 410 The American Road. Spread across the building’s first floor and mezzanine level, the new-look office provides the company with a sleek, open environment with an array of workstations and in-house amenities.
TPG Architecture designed the space in collaboration with Komal Kehar, who represented Immunomedics.
“This standard office space was transformed into a bright and modern corporate space through great design and implementation,” said Kieran Flanagan, project principal at Hollister. “The whole project team including the designers, client’s in-house project staff, subcontractors and our project managers all meshed well and created a great new home for Immunomedics.”
All photos courtesy: Hollister Construction Services
The Parsippany-based firm said Immunomedics has the largest footprint within with its building, occupying 50 percent of the first floor and two-thirds of the mezzanine. Its new home features a reception area and lobby, multiple meeting rooms and open collaborative work areas. Other spaces include wellness, conference, phone and training and huddle rooms.
Hollister also built out pantries on each floor with stainless steel appliances, according to a news release. Additionally, the office includes an area known as the Genius Bar, which serves as the IT help desk during scheduled times throughout the day.
The contractor also highlighted a design that features open ceilings throughout the space and a bright interior with white paint and glass office fronts. Meantime, the reception lobby features a custom wood material known as Shinnoki that was fabricated by millworker Michael Lukach.