Varsity Brands

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Varsity Brands

Varsity Brands is the leader in team athletic gear, cheerleading uniforms and student milestones. They acquired a standalone building in Farmers Branch to serve as their new headquarters, hiring K2 to assist in a large-scale refresh of the 140,000 square foot office. The K2 team accommodated $4.5 million in owner-supplied furniture that was installed concurrent with active construction 6 weeks into the project and required protection for the remaining duration. Additionally, K2 coordinated $1 million in branding efforts that were added as owner-initiated change orders and were designed, priced and implemented in real time. From initial contract to completion, the scope more than doubled with no impact to the already aggressive schedule. Some interesting design elements include simulated basketball court flooring, turf feature walls and branded graphics displayed on 70% of the corridor and common area walls. This project required a true collaborative team effort between Cushman & Wakefield, Corgan and K2 in order to deliver on the initial schedule despite significant scope changes throughout the project.

K2 Construction worked closely with IA | Interior Architects and Jamba Juice on their new headquarters in Frisco, Texas. This very unique space truly reflects the spirit of the Jamba Juice Brand. The first floor reception desk contains custom millwork with a glass corner showcasing Jamba Juice’s first blender. The remainder of the floor includes a full test-kitchen, a retail store and additional office space. The seventh floor has a mix of open collaborative space, private office, conferencing, training and a breakroom.

Golin is a global energetic leading edge public relations and marketing firm. They wanted their Dallas office to display their brand.  TPG Architecture and K2 Construction were selected to craft their vision for their Dallas office.  This eclectic office has a mixture of open ceiling, gyp ceiling and acoustic grid ceiling. Barn doors open to meeting and huddle rooms.  Unique floor to ceiling screens, polished concrete, reclaimed wood and carpeted floors provide a sense of separation to the various workspaces.