Cool Spaces: Bullard Law gets creative without sacrificing private offices
May 3, 2013
When Bullard Law designed its new offices at 200 S.W. Market St., it directed Waterleaf Architecture to create a feeling of openness.
Unlike many of the firms that have submitted their work places to the Cool Spaces series, Bullard married old and new, creating an open feel while retaining private offices and meeting spaces to ensure private matters stay private.
Cool Spaces: A look inside Bullard's creative office
Instead of doing away with private offices, it created collaborative spaces and reduced the size of individual offices Sustainable initiatives include a trash management system, replacing disposable dining equipment with durable kitchen wear and encouraging employees to avoid commuting alone by car.
The building itself was among the first existing office building in the nation to secure the highest LEED Platinum rating.
Coni Crone was kind enough to share the Bullard Law Cool Space story.
The firm has 46 employees and leases the top floor of the 200 S.W. Market St., building, aka the “Black Box,” owned by John Russell.
The labor and employment firm moved in May 2011.
Steve Lapp of Waterleaf Architecture designed the tenant improvements with Cindy Gunderson serving as project manager. Howard S. Wright Constructors
was the general contractor.
Click through the gallery above to take a walk through Bullard's Cool Space.