MLK Jr. Federal Building Atlanta, Georgia
CWC is proud to be the vendor of choice for Martin Luther King Building’s project. CWC’s mission is to meet and exceed their clients’ expectations and we are pleased to have had that opportunity with Martin Luther King Building.
in 2005, the General Services Administration began the process of refurbishing the MLK Jr. Federal Building in Downtown Atlanta. The building originally built in 1931 as the US Post Office Annex for the entire southeast US had been acquired by GSA in 1981 and converted into office space housing GSA personnel, FBI and other federal employees. The renovation project was a major undertaking that included restoring not only the building's interiors to their original appearance but also the exterior of the building. Each of the exterior brick was removed, cleaned, and refurbished before being placed back onto the building. CWC and Herman Miller were selected to provide the furniture solution for the newly renovated space. The furniture design needed to meet the needs of today's workforce but also needed to fit the classic space... using Herman Miller Canvas accented by many of the Eames classic pieces.
Design Firm: Lord, Aeck & Sargent
General Contractor: The Beck Group
Project Scope: Private Offices, Workstations
Product Selected: Herman Miller Canvas, Geiger Tablet, Human Scale, Herman Miller Eames
Photography Credit: Jonathan Hillyer Photography, Inc.