Perkins Eastman | Financial Services Firm

Financial Services Firm

New York, New York
Perkins Eastman collaborated with a financial services firm to meet complex challenges that resulted after a restructuring, which included a separation of two companies. Perkins Eastman strategized to assess our client’s building portfolio, which exceeded a half a million square feet, and to design plans for divesting, restacking, and, in numerous cases, rebuilding floors affected by the separation. This involved interior architecture and interior design in multiple offices in California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Washington, DC and New York.

Following an in-depth study, our work included reprogramming business units; developing a relocation plan and strategy for all of the business units affected; developing plans for all affected personnel and business units to relocate; and design and documentation of various floors and areas for rebuilding to meet the needs of the new business groups. Perkins Eastman collaborated with the client to distinguish the new brand and culture of the two companies and their employees after the split. Based on our findings, Perkins Eastman developed unique designs to distinctively identify and separate the two new entities and for them to work efficiently in their new workplaces.