The $12.5 million, 135,000 sq. ft. technology center emerges from a 35-acre site in Lake Saint Louis, Missouri. The tilt-up concrete building has two rectangular wings that join with a three-story glass atrium to mark the main entrance. One of the wings is a mail production facility and office space. The other wing hosts additional office space, a state-of-the-art training facility and a software development center. The roof is a single ply, energy-efficient white TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefins). The light color helps reduce heat gain in summer months, lowering the burden on air-conditioning equipment. The cost-efficient, energy saving material is also recyclable.
Interior finishes feature perforated metal ceilings, large expanses of glass and aluminum and sleek-lined carpet patterns. The building’s infrastructure reflects technology and features enhanced security, including key card entry and surveillance cameras. The campus has nearly one mile of walking trails, including a 1/3 mile jogging path. Two ponds and lush greenery highlight the naturally landscaped site.