The Better Business Bureau has been helping people find and recommend businesses, brands, and charities they can trust for more than 100 years. The organization recently chose to partner with Honor Construction to transform a dark, compartmentalized counseling office into a welcoming and transparent office and event space for both employees and members. The final design was heavily influenced by a unique design planning process, organized by Honor and Progressive AE.
Our team is thrilled with the new BBB space! The design planning process with Honor Construction and Progressive AE was essential to engaging the staff, choosing each element of the floor plan, furnishings and materials used. Brad, David, and Heather from Honor guided us through planning and building renovation, and we are grateful to them for making sure we have the office space we dreamed of. When unexpected situations developed requiring a collaborative solution, Honor worked effectively with BBB on win-win solutions. As a non-profit organization, it is important to us that everything be done well and accomplished in the most cost-effective way possible. Honor did a good job in bringing it all together to make those things happen.
President & CEO of Better Business Bureau
MAKING IT HAPPEN
Honor Construction began the project by demolishing much of the interior space and adding more windows to the perimeter offices. This opened the office significantly and allowed natural light to filter in. A blend of old and new design elements were used, including wood accents to warm the space. The office also features a unique open kitchen and event space that is seen immediately upon entering the location.