The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) needed to remodel an existing library space into a private offices in the San Jose, California Federal Building. GSA retained Interactive Resources to provide architectural design services for the remodel of office spaces, coat closet, vestibule, reception area, work room, storage room, conference room, kitchen/break room, toilet room and computer server room.
The scope of work included: interior demolition; new partitions, millwork, doors, carpet, resilient flooring and ceilings; mechanical, electrical and plumbing upgrades; new bathroom fixtures and new environmentally-friendly architectural finishes.
“Interactive was a great firm to work with during the build out of Judge Friedland’s Chambers in San Jose. I was not the PM assigned to the project during the original design phase, however, I had the pleasure of working with Interactive during the build out of the chambers. Interactive worked through the many challenges of working with the Courts. Ed did a great job in communicating to me on a regular basis to work through some of the design issues that presented themselves during construction.”
–Jennifer Purdy, General Services Administration