Holmes Culley and Dunn Associates were selected as the structural engineering team for the new 850,000sf Adobe Corporate Campus in Lehi, Utah. Phase I of the campus includes a four-story office building as well as a gymnasium/amenity building which cantilevers over an outdoor space below. At the heart of the campus a three-story atrium space serves as a focal point for the site.
The building orientation is designed to maximize natural daylighting and the expansive views of the adjacent Wasatch Mountains. The primary structural material for the office buildings is reinforced concrete. Through careful design and detailing, the concrete is exposed eliminating costly finishes and providing the raw aesthetic the client desired. With a public road dividing the fifteen acre site, numerous options were studied to link the campus. The selected option uses the typical four story office building to bridge the road, allowing continuous access from each side of the site for the Adobe employees.
Client: Adobe Systems Inc.
Architect: WRNS Studio & GSBS
Contractor: Okland Construction