Transforming a brownfield site into a world-class headquarters takes planning and commitment. The Golub Corp. also saw the challenge as an opportunity to step firmly into a new era of sustainability and technology. The $33 million building, occupied this year, is designed for comfort and productivity. “It's all about energy efficiency and operational efficiencies, reduction of labor, and we've incorporated a lot of those advantages here,” said Bill Sweet, vice president of construction and ...
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