Walkstations throughout the space support employee wellbeing
An open plan allowed for increased collaboration and natural light
The new Work Café become a hub for employees
Informal lounge setting for impromptu meetings or respite
HYPERTHERM PROMOTES A POSITIVE WORKPLACE CULTURE BY EMBRACING EMPLOYEE IDEAS AND GIVING THEM A REASON TO ENJOY COMING TO WORK.
As the global leader in providing industrial cutting solutions, Hypertherm sought to develop a deeper understanding of how innovative workplace applications could support their business strategy, their culture, and their Associates’ work states. As a perennial award winner of New Hampshire’s “The 100 Best Companies to Work For”, Hypertherm understood that their new workplace was an important factor in driving innovation, attracting new talent, and contributing to employee wellbeing. They involved their Associates in every step of the design process for their new office and manufacturing facility, from initial design and pilot feedback, to the final solution. Through this process a significant realization was to promote visibility, increase natural light, support collaboration and generate LEED points, a physical break down of barriers had to occur.