levelHEADS lead and managed the consolidation of 800 system-wide employees from Patient Access and Finance Departments into a newly acquired 130,000 sf building in Highland Hills, OH. Click to view Properties article.
Shook Construction’s new office design was to provide a work environment that employees could enjoy. Adapting spaces was an important detail for nomadic teammates who needed fluidity and better collaboration opportunity. Décor included large windows for lots of natural light, vision/mission elements sprinkled throughout the office, artwork from local artists, as well as pictures of craftspeople performing their tasks.
levelHEADS supported Donley's Inc. as the design architect for a new 1,200‐car employee parking structure. The structure replaced the Lot 59 parking garage on the University Hospitals, Case Medical Center campus. The garage is designed to assimilate with the contextual relationships between the institution and its residential neighbors.
UH renovation of their Customer Service Center costs were kept at a minimum $1.2M by surgically laying out offices to minimize demolition and capitalize on building amenities, such as access to daylight, reuse of existing doors/frames, and maximizing existing conditions and spaces. Click to view Properties article.
The overall project goal was to review possible upgrades for the existing shopping center complex and anchor buildings to provide an updated appearance and improve the customer experience.
The VA Medical Center was designed by repurposing existing laundry area space into new administrative offices. The work provided 4,600 SF of new human resource space that includes moderate ceiling heights, access to natural daylight, collaborative work spaces, and shared support areas.
Steven Stanley, owner of Tremont Art Studio, renovated an old warehouse/office building into a new space with two purposes. The art studio gives local artist a place to display is work, as well as provides a living space in the trendy inner-city suburb. The roof of the addition was raised to convert the space into a single car garage, providing a rare amenity in the area where parking is a hot commodity.
University Hospitals Customer Services Center 130,000 sf consolidation project included a light renovation of the cafeteria space. Click to view Properties article.
Cornerstone Market & Deli contracted levelHEADS to provide architectural services for a new facility after a fire burned down the original building. The new design expanded the building providing a larger footprint for additional retail space. Finishes were chosen to enhance the overall branding, which gives the building a more rustic and fun family-centered feel. The community-oriented facility re-opened its doors in May of 2016. Click to view Properties article.