As a leading manufacturer of irrigation and infrastructure products that are made, sold, and distributed on every inhabited continent, Lindsay Corp. looked to Boyd Jones to build out 62,000 SF of space for a new corporate headquarters office in its home town of Omaha. Over the previous decade, Lindsay’s growth filled out its previous home office, prompting overflow of departments including engineering and technology to off-site locations. To bring the company’s corporate functions back together, the two-story tenant improvement project is built to accommodate future growth—without sacrificing high-end finishes like sustainably harvested glulam timber beams, prefabricated removable walls to partition offices and meeting spaces that can be reconfigured or completely removed as the company continues to grow, and technology-driven features to provide more seamless collaboration.
Other features include environmental graphics, photos, and artifacts on display to represent Lindsay’s history. A moss wall spans two stories in the stairwell connecting both floors of the headquarters space. Portraying all continents on which Lindsay does business with a living organism is a meaningful and moving representation of the company’s reach.
The large employee break room has flexible seating to accommodate groups of varying size and the large training room has operable walls to accommodate different employee training needs.