JAMA’s new office – in the same building in Downtown Los Angeles but on the south side of the 4th floor – features bright interiors, ergonomic stations and plenty of community. After months of hard work, consolidation of papers and files, and regular treks to the opposite end of the building, JAMA employees have settled into new digs; Suite 400 of the Federal Reserve Building.
The new layout groups employees in collective team areas, but offers a variety of break-out and collaboration spaces. Fun facts about the space and the people who made it happen include:
Architect: Studio MMD, Michael MacDonald, AIA
Contractor: Holwick Constructors, Inc.
Furniture Vendor: Herman Miller & PIVOT Interiors
Usable Square Footage: 16,580 SF
Exterior Patio Space: 1,320 SF
Carpet Area: 6,467 SF
Main Spaces and Communal Areas:
• 73 desks, 5 private offices
• 2 small conference rooms, 1 large conference room
• 2 phone booths, 3 banquets
• 1 plot/print room
• 1 server room
• 1 large kitchen, aka the “Trailer Park”
• 48 private storage lockers
• 5 large wall graphics
We look forward to hosting clients, colleagues and friends to our new space in the coming months, and using this inspiring new space to design and deliver even more exciting structural engineering.