Carter and King & Spalding collaborated once again on a just-completed project at the law firm’s Washington, D.C., offices. King & Spalding engaged the Carter Interiors Project Management Team to expand its fourth-floor office space – where attorney offices are located – at 1730 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Atlanta-based King & Spalding occupies office space in the 1730 building as well as 1700 Pennsylvania Avenue. The buildings are connected but managed separately. Tishman Speyer owns 1730 Pennsylvania Avenue, and Akridge owns the 1700 building, also known as The Mills Building.
Carter’s Interiors team managed the implementation of a new design concept for the expansion of King & Spalding’s floor space with an open, universal footprint with sufficient flexible space to accommodate future changes in the workplace. The design additionally features glass-front exterior offices to allow light to transmit into the corridor and interior spaces.
Carter has worked with some of the country’s top law firms and has a longstanding relationship with King & Spalding, dating back to 2006 when Carter managed the relocation of King & Spalding’s headquarters from downtown Atlanta to 1180 Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta.
“We also completed an expansion project for King & Spalding’s Washington office in 2008 and are delighted to continue our working relationship with such an acclaimed firm,” said Jennie Rusciano, project manager with the Carter Interiors Project Team.
The Carter Interiors Project Team
The Carter Interiors Project Team actively manages every aspect of clients’ interior projects, including build-outs and renovations. Delivering one million square feet each year, the team has a broad range of experience in a large variety of product types and client situations. With several LEED- and Green Globe-certified interiors projects, the team members are experts in creating sustainable interior environments. By maintaining a laser focus on their clients’ goals and objectives, they allow clients to spend their time on their core business.