Avery Dennison, a Fortune 500 manufacturing company, was looking for renovations to their regional corporate headquarters in Framingham, including new offices, a cafeteria, and a training facility. Construction Coordinators, Inc. (CCI) was hired to construct the new facilities.
The construction of the offices and training facility went smoothly, but the cafeteria posed a challenge. The site for the cafeteria was an old bowling alley on the lower level of the building, which meant that the floor was uneven: the lanes, gutters and sitting area were all at different heights, and had to be levelled off before construction could begin. Moreover, some of the floor was built over dirt, instead of the concrete that was necessary for the cafeteria’s construction, and so needed to be replaced. CCI tore up the entire floor and replaced it with a new floor built at uniform height on proper foundation, before proceeding with the rest of the project.
Avery Dennison’s employees now have a stylish (and flat) place to take their lunch break, and the company can now function more effectively with their new offices and training facility—it seems that CCI helped Avery Dennison bowl a perfect 300.