CenturyLink Has a Happier Workforce with View
Monroe, Louisiana is a beautiful, small town with big heart. It’s also home to CenturyLink, one of the largest telecommunications companies in the United States, and an organization committed to improving the wellness of their most valuable asset: their people.
Because the company culture is focused on it’s employees, they set out to create a space that would make for a happier, more productive workforce, while attracting top talent and meeting their eco-friendly standards. By incorporating 37,000 square feet of View Dynamic Glass, CentruyLink was able to accomplish just that.
CenturyLink uses their beautiful new facilities to show employees and customers its commitment to excellence, wellness, and technology by choosing advanced electrochromic technology that aligns with its vision of making the center as technologically advanced as possible. The facility was designed and built to meet LEED Silver certification.
“Every architect dreams of designing buildings that harmonize with the environment and provide the best occupant experience,” says Dan Picket, principal architect at Moody Nolan, the firm leading the planning, development and design of the project. “Dynamically adjusting window glass has been known to be the game changer in building design, but remained the ‘technology of the future’ for a long time. We are pleased that View has executed on its product and operations to make this remarkable product the ‘technology of the present.’ We are excited to be designing multiple projects with View Dynamic Glass as the basis of design.”
“We expect the center to spur innovation, idea generation, and problem solving that will benefit our customers, our employees, and the communities we serve,” says CEO and President Glen F. Post, III.
Take a look at the new CenturyLink Technology center with View Dynamic Glass in one of our latest videos.