JEMA's design for a new corporate headquarters located in Clayton, MO is a reflection of the evolving culture of the company. Openness and transparency are its essential drivers, and the design is a physical manifestation of those values.
JEMA's design was focused on aligning HM Capital's space and aesthetics with their evolving and changing client demographic. As client's wealth migrates from Baby Boomers to Gen X and now to Millennials, a new and fresh look was necessary.
Listed as one of the “Top Workplaces” and “Fastest Growing Companies” in 2014, Booksource is a national book wholesaler and an incredible company. Founded by Sandy Jaffe in 1974, Booksource is a family-run business that exemplifies a family values-based company.
United Bags, one of the nation's leading providers of agricultural and industrial bags, has relocated their national headquarters to Creve Coeur, MO. They purchased the existing 180,000 sq. ft "Bauer Building" at the intersection of Bauer Road and North Warson Road.
Edward Jones' new global headquarters, located in St. Louis, MO, is directly adjacent to their original headquarters which is the iconic Community Federal building designed by HOK in the 1960's. The new headquarters anchors the prominent intersection of Highway 270 and Manchester Road.
Amerinet’s new corporate headquarters design is simultaneously the product of a singular vision to dramatically change the company’s culture, a response to a damaging hail storm, and the result of many months of collaboration with JEMA.
After going public with their IPO in June 2013, HD Supply Waterworks (HDSW) began to rapidly outgrow their offices. Not only did they need more space, but HDSW was also wanting to rejuvenate and change their corporate culture.
National Information Solutions Cooperative (NISC) is a utility cooperative serving rural communities throughout the US. They wanted a new headquarters that combined function with a high-tech aesthetic.
Color Art’s renovation of their existing office and showroom was designed to provide a new work environment for their employees, but also a “working” showroom that features their products and services.
The Industrial Aid project is an expansion to a pre-World War II era warehouse building. The new addition features an open floor plan production space with long-span structural bays, high ceilings, skylights, and energy-efficient mechanical and electrical systems.