The building process is complex and comes with common—and not-so-common—challenges. Learn more about what we do as Project Managers in our bi-monthly video series, MGAC on the Move. Each month a different member of our team will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at one of their current projects. Now let’s get moving!
The renovation at T-Mobile’s campus headquarters in Bellevue, Washington, is designed to promote collaboration among its staff and celebrate its unique brand and culture. Each of the buildings were given a neighborhood theme and Building 4’s was Treehouse. In this month’s MGAC on the Move, Tyler Kitchens, Project Manager in our Seattle office, takes us on a behind-the-scenes tour of Building 4, a space focused on creating a universal workplace.
Hi, my name's Tyler Kitchens. I'm a Project Manager at MGAC Seattle. I'm here to give you a tour of Building 4 at T-Mobile's Headquarters in Bellevue, Washington. Let's get moving!
Each of the buildings here at T-Mobile Headquarters were given a neighborhood theme and B4's was Treehouse.
T-Mobile's vision focused heavily on creating a universal workspace. The project spans over four floors of inclusive workplace and amenity areas, featuring wellness rooms, multi-faith rooms with dedicated foot washing stations, and mother's rooms that maximize privacy.
The teams moving into this building thrive on collaboration, so it is at the forefront of the design that different types of meeting spaces were incorporated, including project rooms with flexible furniture pieces, innovative open collaboration areas, dedicated meeting rooms, and pantries that provide spaces for staff to come together. T-Mobile's passion and enthusiasm for their brand is shown throughout the floors with both architectural and environmental graphic elements that make for memorable magenta moments.
Hope you enjoyed seeing what's happening here at T-Mobile's B4. Follow us at MGAC to see our next move!