Catalyst worked with BCRA to create a new and inspiring work environment for Brown & Brown employees that included an open office concept with enhanced visibility, stand-up collaboration spaces, transparent conference rooms, and a fun break room equipped with a shuffleboard table.
In partnership with Generator Studio, Catalyst designed the new home for the Seattle Kraken front office operations and player training center. Catalyst is an Official Development Partner of Kraken Community Iceplex.
Skookum is a proven leader in Facilities Management and Logistics Support services. They specialize in public works, fleet management, and warehousing and distribution for federal and commercial customers.
Infoblox, a global network security firm with its HQ in San Francisco’s Bay Area, wanted a collaborative workspace for their new location in downtown Tacoma.
The design objective of Plaza East's recent renovation was to create a welcoming entry and enhance the utilization of the lobbies by upgrading to a sleek, fresh, and inviting space with new lighting, finishes, and furnishings. The project also included furnishing their outdoor space to create an equally welcoming and cohesive setting focused on inspiring design, comfort, and function.
The 909 A St building in Tacoma was transitioned from a single-tenant, 219,000 SF building to multiple tenant spaces. We were excited to work with BCRA on the beautiful lobby space welcoming its new tenants.
For the remodel of their corporate headquarters in Seattle, Brown Bear wanted a look that was modern yet classic to reflect their 63-year history. They also wanted to use their existing footprint more efficiently.
Tableau Kirkland Urban is a three-story project which included collaboration areas, dining, conferencing, and training spaces.
VMware is on the up and up, having recently leased more than 18,000 square feet in the beautiful, Bellevue City Center Building. Their new office is complete with over eleven different varieties of spaces to support the many needs of the company’s employees, all of which were designed with the goal of talent attraction and retention as well as a space that would serve the company for years to come.
The goal of this $150 million project was to provide tenants with a collaborative environment showcasing high-end business amenities commonly found in multi-building corporate headquarters.
This project was 110,000 square feet of newly constructed office space. This five-story headquarters wanted a space designed to make guests and employees feel welcome while inspiring employee collaboration and connection. Complete with 70+ conference rooms, four kitchens, and much more, this project focused on creating an environment that promoted more face-to-face interactions with customers, space for product training, community events, and multiple types of spaces for people to work.