CTA Boise celebrates office relocation and 75th anniversary

By: CTA Staff
21 April 2014

CTA Architects Engineers, a leading A/E firm with over 76 years of experience, has relocated their Boise Office, from its Grove Street location to the new Zion’s Bank high-rise at 8th and Main.

CTA Boise celebrated their office relocation with a ribbon cutting event on Thursday, April 3rd.  Mayor Dave Bieter participated in the ceremony with Boise Chamber leadership and CTA Boise representatives at his side. The event drew clients, state and local government officials, and CTA employees, past and present, to tour the new space.

The 19,000 square foot office consists of the entire 8th floor and provides a work space for all of CTA’s 70 Boise-based employees.

Randi Thomas, an interior designer at CTA, says that the team’s overall goal was to create an “office of the future.” The result was a cutting edge, completely open work environment with focus on unscheduled collaboration.

“The research we studied indicates that while people may work a little faster on their own, collaborative group work always results in stronger, more innovative solutions,” said Thomas. “We want our colleagues to be energized and engaged, and above all else, we want them to have a fun, creative, environment that still supports the work we do.”

Jason Butler, an Associate-Principal, says that the new office will not only affect the firm’s employees, but it will undoubtedly benefit their clients.

“We made purposeful design choices to provide the best environments for all of our employees, and we expect that to attract and retain top talent,” said Butler. “With all of our employees working more collaboratively, our clients should see better, more cost effective, designs being utilized for their projects.”

The move was completed on March 17, 2014.

Take a look at CTA Boise’s New office below!

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