“The Path We Follow” Johnsonville’s New Corporate Headquarters Addition | Discovery
Hope everyone enjoyed YPWeek. We are ready to begin the Abacus 4D Approach. The first dimension of our approach is “Discovery”. It is during this time that our Team helps our client establish the Vision of the project. What are the stakeholder’s goals, objectives, parameters, budgets, dreams? How do we tie #JVLWay and #RelationalArchitecture into a truly functional building plan? Remember – It is not about the destination - it is all about the journey. So as we start our journey in “Discovery” we should mention the important partners, at Johnsonville, that meant so much to the success of this phase. Ralph and Shelly, Nick, Bill , Michael, Jon, Tanya, Leah “The Millennials” Luke , Megan, Kelly, Christy, Justin, Brittany, Steven ,Kumar, Sydney, Taylor, Lisa Johnsonville has been family owned since 1945. Ralph F. and Alice B. Stayer bought a small butcher shop in the tiny town of Johnsonville, Wisconsin. Alice once stated that “if they won’t come to us, we’ll go to them”. Well this project just might bring them to Johnsonville. You can follow this story as it unfolds on our Blog, Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin! Next week “The Millennials”
-Kurt Davis Project Architect
“The Path We Follow” Johnsonville’s New Corporate Headquarters Addition | The Architecture of Recruitment
Today we are thrilled to kickoff worldwide an in depth series “The Path We Follow” about Johnsonville's New Corporate Headquarters Addition. I will be your narrator on this journey, and would be grateful for you to join us as this story unfolds. -Kurt Davis Project Architect
“Greatness is a Journey, Not a Destination” -Ralph C. Stayer, Johnsonville Owner and ChairmanFrom Project Discovery to Delivery As you follow along we will introduce you to our 4D approach, more than a process, a difference. What does “The Path We Follow” mean to Johnsonville?
“Other companies use their people to build a business, but at Johnsonville we use our business to build our people.” And great people make a great company.” Ralph C. Stayer, Johnsonville Owner and Chairmanhttps://youtu.be/v7w2I2xR6fg “The Architecture of Recruitment” “The Path We Follow” not only represents Johnsonville, but Abacus as well.
Relational Architecture is designing buildings that connect with people and places.Creating places that inspire, enrich, or simply work well is vitally important to us. In fact, every project we pursue is based on our ability to advance our clients’ lives. At Abacus Architects, we design to build relationships. It’s only fundamental. Architecture should serve the people who inhabit the places we create, not the other way around. It’s architecture for all of us, building together to reach a common goal. How did “The Path We Follow” influence and inspire the design? 1. Focus on the Future 2. Celebration of Outdoors/ Indoors 3. Think of Future Additions 4. Recruitment 5. Lifestyle YPWeek April 22-29 Statewide We invite you to explore the "Architecture of Recruitment" and why it matters to your business or organization during YPWeek and beyond! YPWeek is a week long platform for discovery, adventure and meaningful conversations about the issues that matter among young professionals in Wisconsin. YPWeek brings together key leaders in the community, at purposefully chosen locations that integrate the unique cultural assets with meaningful learning or social interaction. The activities engage the millennial workforce in experiences that are important to you as a YP while educating your employers on the important role these functions play in retaining you as their workforce. YPWeek Kickoff: Very BIG in Sheboygan April 22, 2017 at Blue Harbor Resort Recap Young people flock to Sheboygan YPWeek kickoff | Sheboygan Press You can follow this story as it unfolds on our Blog, Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin!