Brighthouse Tampa

Corporate Regional Operations Facility

Brighthouse Tampa

Corporate Regional Operations Facility

Brighthouse Tampa

Corporate Regional Operations Facility
PROJECT OVERVIEW

Brighthouse Tampa Bay

Corporate Regional Operations Facility

Pro-Ject International served as the Brighthouse Networks owner’s representative throughout the development process of the Tampa Bay Corporate Regional Operations Facility located in the Carillon Corporate Business Park in St. Petersburg, Florida. The facility provided for the consolidation of the BHN Tampa Bay regional offices, call center, service operations, sales and marketing, and Bay News 9 television studio; each formerly located in a variety of locations throughout Tampa Bay. The 168,000 SF 3-story office building was designed and constructed in a steel frame structure, with brick and glass façades and Class A office interiors. Site development included a detached parking garage and related site improvements.

BRIGHTHOUSE TAMPA BAY REGIONAL OPERATIONS FACILITY

Project Details

LocationSt. Petersburg, Florida

ClientBrighthouse

Project TypeMedia Center

TypeOperations

Facility Square Footage168,000

BRIGHTHOUSE TAMPA BAY REGIONAL OPERATIONS FACILITY

Project Activities

The following activities were completed on behalf of Pro-ject International in order to facilitate the completion of the Brighthouse Tampa Bay Corporate Regional Operations Facility:

Needs Assessment Studies
Site Selection
Budget Administration
Scheduling Administration
Project Planning Oversight
Project Reporting
Furniture Procurement
Workstation Coordination
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