Southern California design community recognizes Procore Technologies headquarters in recent competition

LOS ANGELES, CALIF.June 2019HLW, global architecture, interiors, and planning firm, has been honored with a 2019 Calibre Design Award by the International Interior Design Association Southern California Chapter (IIDA SoCal) for its exceptional work for Procore Technologies. Selected from among 15 impressive project nominees in the Workplace Medium category—the program’s largest classification—Procore Technologies was recognized for its vitality and adaptability.

The Calibre Design Awards program is hosted annually by IIDA SoCal, seeking to celebrate design and recognize the excellent work that has exceeded the expectations of the industry. Winners were announced at the program’s 31st awards ceremony, held on Friday, May 17th at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

“We are thrilled to have received this prestigious award from our peers in the Southern California design community,” says Louise Sharp, Design Principal Interior Architecture at HLW Los Angeles. “As a firm, we are committed to exploring diversity and wellness through design, and we are humbled to be recognized by IIDA SoCal for that work.”

For Procore Technologies’ new oceanfront headquarters, HLW’s Los Angeles-based design team established a planning principle of accentuating views to provide orientation, connection to the outdoors and drama, for the construction software company. Allowing the space to feel both uplifting to employees and welcoming to visitors, the design takes full advantage of the beautiful campus sites, providing plenty of access to greenery and natural light. Further supporting Procore’s mobile, agile and paperless employees, HLW provided a variety of work areas beyond traditional, assigned desks — each unique workplace aptly suited to service different needs and moods.

HLW’s scheme exemplifies contemporary workspace design while paying tribute to Procore’s growing history and mission to provide employees the tools to build the software that builds the world. Also accepting this award alongside HLW were project partners AMA Consulting Engineers, Black LTD, Clune Construction Company, and Seeley Brothers and Tangram, who all contributed to the design and construction of Procore, as well as photographer Kim Rogers for capturing the space.