Great Range Capital

GastingerWalker& was hired to be the tenant representative on a turn-key lease project to review the work and options provided by the building architect and ensure the scope of work was in line with the agreement of a “Class A” build-out.

The team coordinated with the building architect, Piper-Wind Architects. Design development drawings and construction documents were reviewed and given comments for the suite interior. Options for creative design elements were provided and implemented. Ceiling designs were refined, including final locations of ceiling clouds and the structure was exposed. A wood plank element was added in the reception area and conference room. 

In addition, furniture package was provided for the entire suite, including a custom-made conference table, custom desks, and credenzas.  We aided in the coordination of photography, art and framing for the entire suite.


The Sprint Living Lab at the Overland Park Campus was recently completed.

The goals were to achieve densification in the workspace, take down barriers, foster collaboration, provide a more modern design aesthetic and add a strong focus on integration of collaborative technologies, while retaining the existing walls, doors, ceilings, and lighting, with very minimal modification. The firm was also directed to look at a broad range of furniture solutions for workspaces, collaborative and ancillary areas. As a result, the firm incorporated 9 different types of individual workstations and a large variety of enclosed open office meeting and collaborative furniture solutions. The firm approached the project as a “showroom” environment, showcasing a variety of manufacturers’ products and solutions, with each of the 4 unique spaces flowing into each other in a coordinated way. The color palette is scattered throughout the spaces, with each area having one or two prime colors.

Virgin Mobile Project In the News

Virgin Mobile USA’s new Downtown Kansas City headquarters is taking shape, with 42 employees hired and the buildout of its 11,000-square-foot office at One Kansas City Place fast-tracked for completion by this summer.

The British, no-contract mobile provider was purchased by Sprint in 2009 for almost $500 million and is in the process of consolidating its coastal offices into a US headquarters closer to its parent company. But Virgin Mobile is taking pains to ensure it keeps a separate brand and more

Docs Who Care

Docs Who Care wanted to give their employees a professional, but fun and energetic place to work, as they are all long-time employees and treated like family.  To answer this, we had fun with creating angled office walls and open ceiling features, as well as a lot of glass-fronts to be able to see daylight from one side of their office building to the other.  The rich woods and brick features dress up the space and add texture and contrast throughout.

Virgin Mobile USA and GastingerWalker&

Article from METROWIREMEDIA by Autumn MorningSky

Missouri has successfully lured Virgin Mobile USA to downtown Kansas City.

Baited by $1.87 million in incentives through the Missouri Works program, the telecom company has agreed to create at least 84 jobs over the next five years at its new Kansas City home at One Kansas City Place, 1200 Main St. The selection comes months after Virgin Mobile announced its search for a new home base in downtown Kansas more

Virgin Mobile USA will locate within One Kansas City Place at 1200 Main in downtown. The skyscraper is the tallest building between Chicago and Dallas.

Edison Spaces

Thomas Edison was the inspiration for the design and industrial lab environment materials such as concrete floors, ceilings that are open to deck, brick and wood wall features, and Edison style lightbulbs are used throughout

The concept behind Edison Spaces is an office that leases small interior suites to startup companies on a monthly basis. The structural deck and exposed metal columns were painted black for a vintage industrial accent trim.

Open areas are communal spaces for sub-tenants to share, including conferencing rooms, open collaboration spaces, printing room and break room. Space and design challenges included creating a welcoming entry and impressive common areas that would be inviting to both existing and potential sub-tenants to lease.

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