This building was the first speculative office building built in the St. Louis area when the market was just opening up after an overabundance of office space. It was a somewhat difficult site, with 85’ to 100’ of site transition, requiring extensive site analysis. Ingenuity and care were taken that it be an economical and yet quite attractive building. It features full height steel studs and brick veneer with stone detailing to minimize costs. The building has below the building parking and was designed to accommodate technological spaces as well as offices.
When first and lasting impressions mean everything, corporations turn to M+H Architects to convey the image that gives the company its unique identity.
When UniGroup acquired Mayflower Transit, their Fenton, Missouri campus had an immediate need for expansion. M+H was selected to design the 190,000sf building for their corporate headquarters. The final product is reflective of the company's growth, while maintaining an aesthetic consistent with the corporate campus image.
DM Management, designer and distributor of women's ready-to-wear by catalog, wanted a new office/distribution facility that would enhance efficiency as well as provide an environment that would express a "sense of community." Sensitive to their corporate philosophy and culture, M+H designed their new state-of-the-art office/distribution facility in Tilton, New Hampshire, with fully automated call center, full service dining area, and a fitness center.
In Pittsburgh, the Cutler Hammer Corporation needed a new corporate headquarters that could represent their high technology electronics. Our team's creative response was a 140,000sf, three-story office building that conveys Cutler Hammer's commitment to innovative electronic technology through interactive equipment and authentic product displays.