Design Collective project for Aver featured in Business Insider

Aver's new offices will have a quiet zone with a hideout

Design Collective is assisting Aver, a growing technology company who develops software products and services to consolidate the medical billing and payment process. Aver’s new office location on the 14th floor of the Huntington Center will better position the company with their target market of medical providers and insurers as well as effectively compete against top technology companies to attract talent to Ohio.

The new office will provide a progressive work environment that incorporates many of the current innovations in office design and enable their staff to be more creative and productive. No employee will have an assigned desk location; staff will be able to work in a sub- environment that is most conducive to the task that they will be completing that day.

The Work Zone will be a more dense, team space with furniture that fosters collaboration. The Quiet Zone is for focused, individualized assignments and includes a soothing Garden Team Room. The Dynamic Zone is designed as a break-out space with a comfortable Café, large group meeting space with tiered seating as well as Gaming and Music Team Rooms. A Kids Room is also provided for children that occasionally come to work with mom or dad. There will also be a Customer Zone has been developed for hosting executive conferencing and customer training in a hotel lobby-type setting.

Design Collective is pleased to creatively interpret Aver’s vision for their new office and look forward to their move-in in September 2015.  Aver joins Huntington Bank, Squire Patton Boggs and Thompson Hine as other full floor tenants that Design Collective has delivered distinctive office environments within the Huntington Center.

Also at the Huntington Center, Design Collective is leading the effort for key common area improvement including new signage, elevator cab upgrades and new multi-tenant floor carpet installations. The exterior signage will consist of new pylon towers at the High Street entry and elevator lobby directories. This new signage will provide increased visibility by recognizing key tenants. Hines continues to maintain the Huntington Center as the premier office building in Columbus and these projects illustrate that commitment.

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