When Gates Corp. (NYSE: GTES) moved its world headquarters into Denver's newest skyscraper in July, the company doubled down on its Denver heritage and promised DBJ a look inside for our DBJ Offices feature.
"We're in a world where it's very competitive for talent, so having an office space that people want to come to work at every day and be productive, be collaborative is really important in today's working environment," said Tom Pitstick, the 107-year-old company's chief marketing officer.
The new space has panoramic views of the mountains and city skyline that stretch almost all the way to Boulder. It also boasts warm wood-paneled walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, more than 40 conference rooms and two floors connected by two-story break rooms to encourage collaboration and create connectivity between levels.
Kathleen Lavine and Kelcey McClung
Denver Business Journal