2905 Lucerne Dr. SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
This project began with r.o.i Design managing a programming step, interviewing a variety of people from Mill Steel and creating bubble plans for Dixon Architecture to use in creating the floor plan. The plan included private offices and meeting rooms, but proportionately much more open office, collaborative and shared spaces. There are a café and a breakroom, as well as a patio and fire pit. Staff have plenty of breakout areas for private conversations or just to get away.
Mill Steel wanted the space to be engaging and represent their personalities; they liked clean lines and assured us they weren’t afraid of color. The interior was completely demolished and remodeled – most new walls have glass doors and windows that open up all the rooms to the natural light. r.o.i. Design worked closely with contractors on the lighting and ceiling plans to make sure the space was well lit and energized. The color scheme included their brand blue color but overall was kept neutral, light and bright.
Some of our favorite interior design features include:
- A metal paneled wall in the lobby
- A “Live Wall” in the breakroom
- Pivot doors from the breakroom to the training room
- A custom twenty-one-foot boardroom table
- Painted wall graphics
- Floors with interesting carpet and luxury vinyl tile patterns throughout the office.
Mill Steel is one of the largest steel service centers in the nation. They specialize in flat-rolled carbon steel for various markets including automotive, appliance, construction, HVAC, and agriculture. Their 32,000 sq. ft. facility is a two-story building with walkouts on both levels and conveniently located to highways.
For more information on Mill Steel, visit millsteel.com.