ICER’s new space is in a beautiful landmark building in the heart of Beacon Hill, a neighborhood known for narrow streets, tiny elevators, and winding staircases! To meet building delivery conditions, it was crucial to thoughtfully consider the size of each piece when specifying items to furnish the space. Not only did selected products need to fit the project aesthetics and budget, but it was imperative that they withstand the elevator test both by weight and size (a narrow 30″ opening!) or fit in the stairwell! When these parameters couldn’t be satisfied, certain products needed to be taken apart and rebuilt on the tenant floor. Close collaboration with our installation partner, IOP, ensured every beautiful piece fit into ICER’s new space. Despite such challenges, the installation was completed in just three phases – all during the COVID-19 pandemic.
ICER’s new workspace reflects hard work, outside-of-the-box thinking, and careful planning by every member of the project team.
We were impressed with everyone at EAW. Our new office space was a challenge, and working through the project during a pandemic was no easy task. EAW went above and beyond in many ways. The team took the time to listen and understand our needs – finding the best solutions even for complex situations.