Cornerstone was selected by Peoplenet as the low bidder to provide final pricing after completion of construction documents. After lease agreements were signed and prior to the production of construction documents, Peoplenet was acquired by Bullhorn. Cornerstone was tasked to reprice the project, based on Bullhorn’s standards and specifications. The construction team included the property manager for the building, construction manager for the tenant, building engineer, architect, and Cornerstone.
Notable project features included a custom reception desk, 90% open-to-structure ceilings, RACO storefront glass wall systems, a specialty lighting package, custom-painted whiteboards, and custom carpet tiles from California. After construction began, additional modifications to the existing mechanical and sprinkler systems were required, due to the engineered design interferences. The lighting package was prioritized, and Cornerstone collaborated with the mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) subcontractors and engineers to meet the lighting location needs while minimizing modifications to existing systems. Cornerstone’s team updated schedules weekly and was able to meet the original move-in date, despite multiple changes during the project due to constructability conflicts in the design, client-requested modifications during construction, and a two-week delayed start while leasing was finalized.