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Workplace Designs That Foster Creativity


Productivity, efficiency, employee wellness, sustainability- these are a small number of considerations that play a role in a well-designed corporate facility.

A corporate facility should emanate its company’s brand and mission from every aspect. Architectural and interior design should assert the company’s own identity while embracing the surroundings and exuding unique ques to enhance the brand.

GROTH Design Group’s corporate work ranges from small start-up companies to national firms, each with their own unique vision and mission. The breadth and depth of the firm’s design experience is as unique as each client we work with. Gathering a full understanding of our client’s mission and vision is the foundation upon which our architectural designs are built.

We use architectural features to further communicate the culture, products, and personalities of our clients throughout their space. We find unique aspects of your brand to expound on and intricately weave those details throughout the programming, features, construction details and interior selections. Using these architectural details, we deliver spaces that elevate brands, connect employees, inspire individuals to do their best work and deepen the organization’s identity.

Our Corporate Studio has partnered with hundreds of corporations to provide the following services:

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Johnson Controls Labs

Bombardier interior

Bombardier Recreational Products

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O’Leary & Anick

Annex Wealth Management

Annex Wealth Management sought to renovate an existing space for their relocation. The new space prioritizes both employee and client experiences with modern amenities. A fresh and inviting color pallet welcomes visitors and is reinforcement of their brand.
Stone Creek re-purposed a 10-years-dormant corner into a lively destination for neighbors, university students, professionals and long-standing residents.
O’Leary & Anick was looking to relocate their office for a larger and updated space that would better accommodate their growing staff numbers.
Johnson Controls sought to update and relocate six of their existing labs together to allow potential and current customers an opportunity to tour, view and better understand their Lab processes.
The new 1,500 square-foot space boasts an open floor plan, offering a large conference room and event space to host sizable client groups.
GROTH Design Group was the architect of record for the Ladish Co. Foundation Center on Rogers Behavioral Health’s campus in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.

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