significant renovation from Class B to Class A Property

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Commercial

With over three decades of delivering inventive and proven design and planning principals in mixed-use, office space, corporate headquarters, and retail projects, gkkworks is well-versed at balancing the business requirements of commercial projects with thoughtfully-crafted design solutions. Through this experience we have established a sterling reputation in master planning and place-making—creating town centers and mixed-use projects that become destinations in their own right. These projects set the ground work for a new era of urban neighborhoods and honor their urban context while embracing 21st Century technology, resulting in a rewarding user experience. Efficient and smart office environments are another area of gkkworks expertise. Office space environment work includes housing contemporary business functions, athletic training facilities, cafeterias, child care, roof terraces, envelope renovations and campus planning.

 

Featured Projects

Lincoln Station Mixed-Use and Office Space

Located adjacent to the Lincoln Station Light Rail Stop, this first phase of the 54-acre Lincoln Station neighborhood establishes the commercial core for the entire development, which includes retail, restaurant, office, and residential uses. >>
 

Sage Building Historic Renovation

Restoration of the Sage Building to its original 1923 mercantile character required extensive renovation to the structure's exterior, enhancements to the building envelope, complete renovation of the interior public and office areas, and implementation of code compliant life safety systems by klipp, a division of gkkworks. >>
 

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Studio Leadership

Al Colussy, AIA
Principal, Commercial
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Brian Klipp, FAIA
Principal, Commercial
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Kohinoor Square Tower Featured in Feb. Issue of Sleeper Magazine >>