By Nan Loudon, senior vice president, Carter
ATLANTA (March 17, 2011) – When Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP decided to renovate 10 floors in the Atlanta office at 1100 Peachtree, the firm called on Carter to complete the six-phase project.
A 24-month project, the design phase was completed in September 2010, and Carter began the construction and implementation that is scheduled to be finished in November 2011.
With LEED certification in mind, Carter is managing Kilpatrick Townsend’s restack consolidation. Once completed, the firm will occupy a 10 floor 206,000-square-foot space instead of its current 13 floor 270,000-square-foot space. Kilpatrick Townsend’s new layout will include seven practice floors, one floor for administrative support and two client special function floors that include a dining room, library and conference center.
Carter has also begun work on Kilpatrick Townsend’s new Raleigh, N.C. office. The design phase has been completed and construction is scheduled to begin this month.
Carter has been working with Kilpatrick Townsend since 1991 and we are excited to continue our relationship with the firm and work on these two projects.
Carter has completed projects for Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton at other locations including Charlotte, N.C. and Washington D.C.
About Carter’s Interiors Project Management Team:
Carter’s interiors project management team actively manages every aspect of clients’ interior projects, including build-outs and renovations. Delivering one million square feet each year, the team has a broad range of experience in a large variety of product types and client situations. With several LEED- and Green Globe-certified interiors projects, the team members are experts in creating sustainable interior environments. By maintaining a laser focus on their clients’ goals and objectives, they allow clients to spend their time on their core business.