Guests also signed a second beam, which will be permanently displayed in the building to commemorate the efforts of the project's construction workers."This ceremony is a builders' tradition recognizing the significant accomplishment of the last structural beam being put in place on a building," said Steve Dunn, chairman at JE Dunn. "The topping out celebration marks the end of the structural work, and more importantly is a chance to celebrate the workers who have made the project possible." Nill announced the first buildings will house more than 3,000 engineers and was designed with open concepts and collaborative meeting spaces to encourage creativity, dynamic thinking and community. Details for the first two campus buildings include:
- Building 1 (south building) is 11 floors and consists of nearly 500,000 square feet. This building will include a dining hall, café, training labs and nine floors of office space.
- Building 2 (north building) will stand eight floors and encompass more than 305,000 square feet. It will include amenities such as a pharmacy, associate gym, a user lab and six floors of office space.
- Both buildings will have open stairways, large project rooms and 'nodes,' themed areas for collaboration and individual use.
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