Fiegen Construction worked closely with the team from IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) to design and build a new office with adjacent classrooms and training center. The office, roughly 5,000 square feet, included private offices, break room space, conference rooms, and work areas. This portion was built as conventional steel structure with a corridor atrium through the spine. The educational portion, 5,500 square feet of classrooms and open lab, was built with precast wall panels for higher ceilings and a mezzanine.
This design-build project featured unique elements such as the atrium spine, polished colored concrete floors, and an aesthic appearance that fit IBEW's budget while maintaining a sharp look for the area. As their interest in workforce continues to grow, Fiegen delivered a project that puts them on the map for years to come.