In the spring of 1970 the design development planning began for this 60,000 s.f., 5.5 million dollar project. By summer footings were being prepared and by the fall of 1971 the project was substatially complete. The building is located on a suburban site along the Merritt Parkway, overlooking beautiful, gently rolling hills. Set into a steep hillside, the bushhammered reinforced concrete provides a rich, tranquil setting for upper management. The interiors recieved special design attention utilizing a combination of rich natural materials and carefully selected furniture. The mechanical and electrical systems are monitored and controlled on highly sophisticated and advanced equipment. overall project cost was approximately 10 million dollars. Written by Tom Dolle
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