SYNERGI CELEBRATES ITS NEW OFFICE & CONTINUED GROWTH WITH A RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY

 August 29, 2019 | Elkridge, MD

Synergi LLC, a leading turnkey specialist in monumental stairs, handrail, and decorative glass and metal, celebrated the opening of its new headquarters and factory on Thursday, August 29 with an official ribbon cutting ceremony. The celebration included an official cutting of the ribbon, an office tour of Synergi’s new 42,000-square-foot facility, games for employees to enjoy, local desserts in support of the firm’s new neighbors and a warm welcome from Howard County. 

 

Offical ribbon cutting

Macarons by Little boy Bakery and cupcakes by Kupcakes & Co. 

County Executive, Calvin Ball, welcoming the Synergi team to HoCo

Balloon decorations from Kustoms by Kim

From the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. to the Mall of America in Minnesota—Synergi has been a part of hundreds of iconic projects throughout the U.S. and beyond since its inception in 1986. In 2018, the firm embarked on a project of its own; creating a new office that would exude the same innovation and attention to detail that shines through in the buildings and monuments they work on every day. "Our intention for this space was to design an office that would foster creativity and productivity for our team while also inspiring those who visit," notes Executive Vice President, Jim Admiraal. And just one year later, with the help of Arris Design, Manekin Construction, Studio Eagle and JLL this plan came to life.

The firm’s new office was built with employees in-mind including a large café area for lunch and connectivity, multiple huddle spaces for collaboration, high ceilings and large windows for natural light, and modern décor to tie it all together.  

 

ABOUT SYNERGI
(sin-er-jee) n. : Creating something that is greater than the sum of its parts.

Established in 1986, Synergi builds the brand of companies and properties by transforming high-impact decorative elements. As a leading turnkey specialist in monumental stairs, handrail, and decorative glass and metal, the firm advises developers, designers, architects and general contractors on how best to accomplish strategic projects. From the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. to the Mall of America in Minnesota, Synergi works in partnership with leading firms to bring simply iconic designs to life.