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  Pinnacle III Office Tenant Finish Hoefer Wysocki OfficePinnacle III Office Tenant Finish Hoefer Wysocki Office


Hoefer Wysocki Architects
11460 Tomahawk Creek Parkway, #400, Leawood, KS 66211

General Description

Location: Leawood, Kansas
Date Bid: July 2010 Construction Period: July 2010 to Sep 2010
Total Square Feet: 18,409
Site: Number of Buildings: One.
Project Size: Fourth floor, 18,409; total, 18,409 square feet.
Floor Height: 14’.
Basic Construction Type: Tenant Build Out
Foundation: n/a. Exterior Walls: n/a. Roof: n/a.
Floors: Concrete. Interior Walls: Metal stud drywall.

Construction Team

General Contractor: Pinnacle Construction Group, LLC - 700 West 47th Street, #200, Kansas City, MO 64112
Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: Antella Consulting Engineers, Inc. - 1600 Genessee, #667, Kansas City, MO 64102

The Pinnacle Corporate Centre campus is a four-building collection of class A corporate headquarters in Leawood, Kansas (metropolitan Kansas City) providing headquarters for a range of highly professional service firms and financial institutions. Given the nature of their staff and clientele, each space within the campus has been designed to fit the aesthetic and finish level of the campus itself.

The recent Pinnacle III Office Tenant Finish, designed by Hoefer Wysocki Architects, occupies 18,409 square feet on the top floor, connecting to the building's sole balcony on the east facade. The presence of the main entry is striking and immediately visible from the elevator lobby. An abundance of glass partitions allow light to penetrate the entire space through the entry, the main lobby and The Boardroom, the space's primary conference room.

The space is arranged around the central lobby, with open office areas on either side. The open office arrangement, with glass-lined and open executive offices lining each bay, allows light to penetrate easily throughout the space, offering nearly every seat a clear view to the outdoors and ample light.

The essential shape of the main lobby is an elegant ellipse which echoes the ellipse of the first floor lobby. Its shape is outlined in the recessed ceiling details and echoed on the floor through a combination of curved walls, cut terazzo and carpet. A glass cloud element above the main reception desk echoes the shape again.

The pallette of interior materials is warm and modern, utilizing generous amounts of wood, terazzo, glass, stone and steel baseboard. The central vertical elements of the main lobby are sculpted Armourcoat finishes, mimicking natural stone and giving form to the ellipse from floor to ceiling and offering the highest level of sophistication.

Spread evenly throughout the space are a variety of spaces for teaming and conferencing, from one end of the plan to the other. Three open resource/meeting areas, three glass-enclosed conference rooms and one large, flexible and divisible space for a variety of functions offers a range of spaces for collaboration. The Terrace and The Veranda, flexible spaces on the East end of the plan, serve as all-staff meeting space, presentation space, work areas and the employee kitchen/break area. While the two spaces are primarily used in combination, they can be divided by a fabric partition that recedes into the wall.

Each workstation is connected to the office network, joined by the central IT office and server room. While the Boardroom and Terrace/Veranda spaces are equipped with built-in and stand alone projection and sound systems, an office-wide audio system is controlled from the IT office.


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