Camp Hill, PA
The re-imagined workspace set across six stories, transforms a former 1980’s Hewlett Packard building into a dynamic space featuring the best in Class A Contemporary office space. This renovation project required an accelerated schedule to meet the owners Proforma.
This transformation required an accelerated schedule to meet the owners Proforma. The overall goal was to cost effectively improve the building’s appearance, provide a high-performance building envelope and achieve a modern facade to attract new tenants.
The buildings entire façade and its interiors were stripping off to its frame. New pre-fabricated insulated metal wall panels replaced the former 1980’s glazed aluminum curtain wall system. This holistic transformation reinvigorated an unoccupied outdated building into a modern vibrant workplace for multiple tenants.
The building’s entrance, lobbies, facade and curtain wall systems were all replaced, and the secondary building entrance was re-designed. The subtle pattern of the façade’s vertical openings creates an elegant rhythm that breaks down the scale of the five-story building. Insulated high-performance tinted fritted glass reduces solar gain and transforms the structure into an illuminated eye-catching beacon.
Photography by Robert J. Polett and Mike Mihalo
AWARDS – Best Architecture in 2019 from the Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Journal, published in New Jersey – Pennsylvania – Delaware – Maryland- Virginia