Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

Following a five year programming, design, and construction process, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City was the first newly-constructed Federal Reserve building built after September 11, 2001.  In addition to spearheading the design of the executive floors and the dining servery, members of Studio Hive led the overall programming efforts for the new 618,000 SF facility including the facilitation of information gathering with multiple focus groups, cross-functional user groups and over thirty-four departments.  Having occupied their former facility for nearly 80 years, Studio Hive, in conjunction with Pei Cobb Freed and Ellerbe Becket, delivered a new facility that addresses and positively impacts the Kanas City Federal Reserve’s operations, corporate culture, environmental comfort and highly sophisticated security requirements.

Location

Kansas City, MO