Deloitte Canada officially opened its new BC headquarters at 410 West Georgia Street today and to call it their flagship is an understatement.
Deloitte Summit has been designed to transform the way people work, and after a tour of the stunning building and creative spaces, it is safe to say that Deloitte has accomplished that.
Deloitte Summit is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies and spaces to boost collaboration, discover world class solutions, and foster high-performance.
To maximize collaboration, productivity, and to prioritize connection in those “in-between” moments at the office, the building offers 18 different types of workspaces, moveable furniture and walls, no private offices, and Deloitte’s signature Green Staircase, located in the centre of the building.
“I congratulate Deloitte on the completion of their new BC headquarters and look forward to seeing how Deloitte Summit can act as a showcase for the best that Vancouver has to offer,” says Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim.
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“Projects like Deloitte Summit represent the future of Vancouver’s downtown core; beautiful spaces that can energize our city-centre by bringing together creativity, sustainability, economic activity, and innovation.”
Deloitte Summit reflects the people, culture, and communities of British Columbia, featuring the works of several Indigenous artists and incorporating references to trail symbols and mountain ranges across the top eight floors, including the largest rooftop amenity in Vancouver.
Deloitte Summit is grounded in five key design principles: productivity, connection & interaction, inclusion, health & wellness, and sustainability.
To help empower and enable its people and clients to make climate conscious choices, Deloitte Summit functions at the highest level of sustainability and is targeting LEED Platinum certification according to real estate developer Ian Gillespie of Westbank.
Inspired by both Vancouver’s renowned natural landscape and the shape of a Japanese lantern, the 355,000 square foot building is comprised of a system of four-story cubes stacked around a central concrete core, spanning 24-floors.
Deloitte Summit is also home to the newest Greenhouse Experience Program, which focuses on bringing together disruptors, changemakers, and cross-sector leaders, to advance technology, business, and innovation priorities to scale growth and drive social impact.
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