Skip to content

Case Studies

Updates

When the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Water Mission Area (WMA) moved across town to the USDA Forest Products Lab building, they partnered with Strang to renovate the old, outdated 3rd floor into a fresh and collaborative space that spoke to the USGS’s core values. At 3,900 SF this office packs a lot of interesting features into every inch of the small space.
A veterinary diagnostic lab (VDL) develops and delivers diagnostic and consultative services regarding animal health and diseases.
Venture Investors is a Madison-based venture capital firm that works closely with some of the nation’s leading researchers and clinicians with whom they help drive the future of healthcare.
The role of master planning is vital to the long-term health of an organization. A campus (or site) master plan establishes overall goals, objectives, and design principles that will guide future physical development.
Above all else, National Guardian Life (NGL) wants their customers, clients, and employees to know, “we are here for you.” NGL, a life insurance company, is there when it counts, even when you don’t know you need them. Their brand centers on service, stability, strength, and peace of mind.
Three words come to mind when discussing the high-speed pace of the manufacturing industry: efficiency, efficiency, and efficiency. When we discuss future needs with our manufacturing clients this word appears time and time again, as it did with NORD Gear.
Retrofit projects and remodels generate a particular set of challenges when compared to new construction. In these types of projects, design centers around the constraints of the space, and it is essential that you work within its limits.
Laboratory design might look simple – but these complex facilities can often be more complicated than they seem.
Designing for the future is an investment. By placing the focus on long-term benefits rather than short-term costs, office spaces will remain flexible and fruitful – now and into the future.
The role of master planning is vital to the long-term health of an organization. A campus (or site) master plan establishes overall goals, objectives, and design principles that will guide future physical development.