East Hanover Campus Transformation Project

project at a glance

The East Hanover Transformation project includes four buildings for a total of 1.2 million square feet. Each building is designed by a different architect.

Building 1 is a five-story Class A office building of 152,000 square feet.  The building is composed of steel frame on spread footings and clad with a custom curtain wall system. The open collaborative work space includes offices, conference rooms, community areas, restaurant and amenities.  Architect: Weiss/Manfredi

Also five stories tall, Building 2 is a 185,000 square foot cast-in-place, post-tension concrete superstructure with cantilever floors supported by internal columns and shear walls on spread footings. Also clad in a custom curtainwall system, Building 2 houses a restaurant and other amenities. Upper floors contain offices designed around an under-floor air distribution system and an open collaborative work space. Architect: Fumi Maki Associates

Building 3 is a five-story Class A office building of 287,000 square feet, supported by a concrete deck on a steel frame with spread footings. The exterior curtain wall is a custom structurally glazed system that employs vertical fins as both lateral structural support and solar shading. The open collaborative work space includes offices, conference rooms, community areas, restaurant and a building-high atrium/lobby.. Architect: Rafael Viñoly Architects

The parking garage has spaces for 1,800 vehicles and a two-story, 9,000 square foot fitness center. The structure is precast with cast-in-place spread footing and retaining walls while the exterior wall is clad with a custom bamboo facade system and glass curtain wall. Architect: Vittorio Lampugnani

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