CB Richard Ellis Corporate OfficeSubmitted by Interior Construction Specialists
When moving into its new offices at 222 South Main St., CB Richard Ellis required a complete tenant build-out totaling more than 10,000 sq ft. The firm occupies the entire fourth floor of Salt Lake City’s newest office tower.

The project was completed in a 10-week schedule to facilitate the client’s desire to move to its new offices during Christmas Break, which required preordering dual duct boxes and expediting light fixtures, millwork, storefront systems and finishes.

The entire building was designed to the highest environmental standard and the construction and future operation of the tower have been developed to reduce both energy and water consumption.

The building officially became Salt Lake City’s first LEED-certified high-rise constructed from the ground up and Utah’s fourth LEED-Gold-certified building in July. The goal for the tenant improvement project for CBRE was to obtain a LEED-Gold Commercial Interior certification, which is currently pending.

Salt Lake City

Developer: Hamilton Partners
Contractor: Interior Construction Specialists
Architect: Method Studios
Engineer: Spectrum Engineers
Among the Subcontractors: Rocky Mountain Mechanical Inc., Robert Dibble Electric, Boswell Wasatch, G & B Glass, Premier Builders, Mitchell Acoustics, May’s Custom Tile & Granite, Midwest Commercial Interiors, Grow Painting Inc.
Start: Oct. 2009 Finish: Dec. 2009