When important mission-oriented organizations get to a certain size, they frequently find that they need a new, expanded or renovated headquarters facility to house their growing administrative and other staff. They also often seek expanded conference and meeting spaces, greater incorporation of technology and other upgrades and amenities. In addition, they often want the building to make a statement, to raise their profile in the community and to give the staff an environment that excites and motivates them.

Synthesis has worked with a number of high-profile non-profit and other clients developing their new corporate headquarters in the Baltimore/Washington region. Several of these have been in iconic, historic buildings that have now been repurposed to fill the headquarters role.

LEED certification has been important to a number of these clients and we have been successful in ensuring that their buildings achieve the targeted levels of sustainability.  Notably, Synthesis led development of the first ever LEED Platinum certified building for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Headquarters.

Below are some of our Headquarters projects: