This Fortune 500 Company receives a new corporate “front door.”
One of the oldest continually operating companies in the U.S. today, Bausch+Lomb looked to SCOPE to provide architectural services for their new administration building. SCOPE worked closely with Bausch+Lomb and engineering consultants, Perigon to identify work-flow requirements to maximize efficiency and enhance productivity.
Addressing the visitor and employee experience, the new facility provides a clearly defined entry that leads into an inviting and functional workplace. Connected to the main plant via a two-story glass atrium, the three-level expansion provides offices, conference rooms and training facilities that embrace the success of this world-renowned eye care product company.
Set on naturally sloping terrain, the building is strategically designed to provide easy access to the main-level public entrance via a glass atrium. Additionally, a lower level parking area and entrance were created to provide a secure and separate entry for employees.
Since this expansion, SCOPE has designed multiple projects for Bausch+Lomb including:
* Steve Engelhardt completed this project while employed as Principal Architect at a previous firm.