PROJECT:

Mylan Headquarters

DETAILS

Client Name: RIZ Development

Location: Canonsburg, PA

Delivery Method: CM at Risk

SF: 265,000 SF

Cost: $53 million

Completion Date: 2013

Architect: Cooper Carry

OVERVIEW

The new Robert J. Coury Global Center construction project, the new North American global center for Mylan, broke ground in March 2012. Located in Canonsburg, Pa., the 280,000 square foot building was completed in December 2013. The building structure includes concrete spread footings, structural steel framing and composite concrete floors. The building exterior features a beautiful curtainwall as well as a combination of brick, stone, precast ornamental panels and metal panels. Inside, a large, open four-story atrium features an ornamental staircase that connects the two wings of the building. A unique feature is the media history wall that is in-filled with fl at panel screens. The screens have interactive touch screens that allow for people to see and hear about the history of Mylan Inc. from the beginning, to its current position as a global leader in the pharmaceutical industry.

The building, which houses approximately 500 employees, features the latest in workplace technology and design. Open work spaces allow for employees to collaborate, while quiet rooms exist to serve those who may have a different work style. Other work spaces include a library, high-tech project rooms, “huddle rooms”, and lounge spaces.

Additional features include an onsite cafe, multipurpose conference rooms, and both interior and exterior water features. The project has many sustainable features including providing preferred parking for low-emitting / fuel-efficient vehicles, bicycle storage, reduced water use fixtures, lighting controls, and waste management program to name a few.

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