This major renovation for Old Dominion Freight Lines’ headquarters consisted of over 160,000 sf on 2 levels. The majority of the project is an open plan environment with several hundred workstations, glass front private offices, conference areas, a large break room, an executive dining room, front lobby, training rooms, customer / visitor areas and executive offices. The design scheme was created to reflect OD’s role as a leader in the trucking industry. Our role included finish selections, furniture selections, all ID construction documents, branding coordination and decorative lighting specifications.
Project Architect: Triad Design Group
Blanco, Tackabery & Matamoros, PA
Traditional style and attention to detail marks the quality and sophistication of this law firm’s offices on the top floor of the Stratford Point Building. Hayden Design provided comprehensive services for finishes, furniture and move management. This project was honored with two awards – a Silver Award from the International Interior Design Assoc. and an Interiors Award from the American Bar Assoc.
Project Architect: CJMW
When Sealy, Inc. relocated their headquarters and plant to North Carolina, to be closer to the residential furniture market, they wanted the new facility to have a high end, residential feel. The large atrium / lobby greets guests and functions as team meeting spaces and the tone on tone interiors are accentuated by bold, colorful art. Hayden Design’s team focused their efforts on accomplishing the renovation and new construction work, furniture refurbishing, new furniture specifications and significant move management within an extremely short time frame.
Project Architect: Robbins Architecture, PA
(Republic Mortgage Insurance Company)
This 90,000 sf corporate headquarters for RMIC reflects the contemporary, progressive nature of the organization. HD has provided services for the previous three headquarters over a 19 year period including design services for their regional sales offices located nationwide. This building incorporates many new design initiatives to promote open interaction and accessibility, such as no private offices and small team meeting spaces to complement the open office environment.
Project Architect: Lambert Architecture