Relocating their headquarters and growing staff, Rogers & Brown built a new 18,000sf office nearby one of their 300,000sf distribution warehouses. The integrated design team wanted to blend the standalone headquarters building into the surrounding industrial lot while also celebrating the company’s 50+ year history of logistic solutions. A Tilt-Up panel feature to mimic shipping containers was created at the main entry using a combination of deep recesses, added reveals, and applied false hardware. Typical panels included fluted formliner coordinated around storefront openings, while wider panels allowed for larger storefront entries, clearstory windows, and glass overhead doors. To soften the industrial aesthetics, wood cladding was added to recesses at entries, with exposed structural steel canopy frames supporting a wood trellis above two large patios. Working closely together, the project team was able to test possible solutions and demonstrate areas where Tilt-Up construction could benefit the project as a whole. Adding additional panels provided durable finishes where initially not thought possible, while also adjusting the schedule to allow the interior build-out to begin earlier. Rogers & Brown Headquarters successfully brings a needed office facility to this expanding logistics company.