After nearly six-months of construction, Number TEN welcomed back staff to it’s 36-year-old Winnipeg office in the heart of the Exchange District with a fresh new office re-design. Located in the historic 120-year-old Bains building, the refresh blends forward-thinking modern workplace design within the building’s historic features to create a space that is both current and timeless.
“We wanted to create a space that allows our team to work more openly and collaboratively while inspiring us to fully harness our creative energy,” says Number TEN practice leader Greg Hasiuk. “It was important to our firm to respond to the changing nature of the workplace and use our own office design as a tool for designing even better spaces for our clients.”
During the renovation, Number TEN’s Winnipeg staff worked from a temporary space at 200 Waterfront Drive. The strategy allowed the team to continue working from a temporary office setting without the noise and distraction of construction.
“Our staff was fully on board with the renovation from day one,” says Hasiuk. “They dealt with a lot of challenges over the past few months, but it feels like we never missed a beat. It was so rewarding seeing their faces when they arrived at the new space for the first time. Their energy and enthusiasm alone made this effort very worthwhile.”
The Winnipeg office is open for business and is currently getting the finishing touches completed.