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JRM Completes 700k-SF Fit-Out for GroupM

JRM Construction Management has completed the 14-month interior fit-out for GroupM’s North American headquarters at 3 World Trade Center. At 700,000 square feet, it’s the largest leased co-location space in New York City.

The project involved four stages to facilitate the phased move-in of GroupM. It included a two-story amenity space with a large bleacher stair connecting the floors, a terrace on the 17th floor with a pergola & plantings, a wellness center, game room, tech bar, an espresso bar and shower rooms.

Beyond the amenity spaces, the project included 15 floors of workspace with multiple collaboration spaces, pitch forks and open work areas with many high-end features throughout. JRM worked closely with architecture firm HOK and Lilker Associates Consulting Engineers to deliver the interior fit-out.

“We look forward to seeing what GroupM will accomplish in the years to come in their fantastic new headquarters,” said JRM’s David B. McWilliams.

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