Cummins Distributions’ New HQ Enables Sustainability and Employee Productivity

Information sourced from Architectural Record

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Architectural Record reports on how the Cummins Distribution Business’s new 179,000 sq HQ in downtown Indianapolis supports its commitment to sustainability, modern aesthetics and employee productivity.

New York-based architects Deborah Berke & Partners, supported by Syska, created the innovative nine-story building to continue the Fortune 500 engine maker’s tradition of distinguished modern architecture. The headquarters’ light-filled work environment and energy efficient structure were made possible through features including:

  • Internal and external sun-shading elements to optimize natural cooling and energy efficiency
  • Narrow floor plates for increased sunlight, reducing the need for electric illumination
  • Underfloor air distribution to improve ventilation and thermal comfort for building occupants
  • An open-floor to promote more face-to-face collaboration
  • Bright, airy “social hubs,” meeting rooms, and gathering spots

Check out the story here.