ArchNotes — Vol. I, Issue III

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Sprint Executive Briefing Center, completed March 2015

In April, Sprint unveiled it’s new Executive Briefing Center (pictured) at it’s headquarters on the Sprint campus in Overland Park, Kan. It’s first upgrade in 10 years, RMTA worked with Sprint on the renovation. The EBC is situated in a 2,300 square foot circular space within a larger, classically designed corporate office facility. Sprint wanted the non-traditional circular shape to inspire innovative thinking, energizing customers and making them want to spend all day in the center. The RMTA design team decided to create a streamlined, modern and technology-focused space that would impact Sprint’s Fortune 500 clients immediately upon entry. Read more about the project here. Photo by Mike Sinclair.

RMTA was also recently awarded a number of new interiors projects, including: Executive Airshare, a day-based fractional jet ownership and private jet leasing provider that offers equity-building jet card programs for business and leisure travelers; WireCo, an international manufacturer, engineer, and distributer of wire and synthetic rope, specialized assemblies, wire products and electromechanical cable; and eScreen, an electronic employee drug screening and health services provider.

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Sprint Executive Briefing Center

“I’m very proud of this design […] it helps us engage with the customer and it shows that we are invested in the user experience.”

In early April, Sprint unveiled it’s new Executive Briefing Center at it’s headquarters on the Sprint campus in Overland Park, Kan. It’s first upgrade in 10 years, the renovation signifies an investment in the business by showcasing the technology Sprint has to offer to it’s international, corporate clientele in a newly remodeled, cutting edge facility designed by RMTA.

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LEED Gold for The Barney Building

Photos by Mike Sinclair.

In early February, The Barney Building was officially LEED Gold certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED certification is an indication of a building designed, constructed and operating with sustainability in mind. RMTA’s client, Karbank Real Estate, approached RMTA to generate design schematics for the 1968 commercial office building late in the summer of 2012. Attracted to the mid-century character of this particular building and it’s prime location in town, the group wanted to re-use the existing structure. The design team was charged with maintaining that character while completely renovating and modernizing the 32,000 square foot building.

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The Barney Building, before

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