Record-Journal’s new work café is the social hub of workspace
The reconfigurable conference room provides flexibility
The open plan accommodates individual focus and collaborative group work.
Reception area supports Record-Journal’s refreshed brand and culture.
FIFTH GENERATION RECORD-JOURNAL REINVENTS ITSELF AS A MODERN AND INNOVATIVE MEDIA COMPANY.
Adaptability accurately depicts Record-Journal throughout its nearly 150 year history. Founded as The Weekly Visitor in 1867, the company has gone through many mergers, acquisitions and reinventions to become a 5th generation publishing and media company. Due to changes in organizational structure, operations and branding, their workspace no longer supported their business. Two-thirds of their building wasn’t functional space, causing employees to be spread out on three separate floors, making collaboration difficult.