Construction Company Will Soon Break Ground on New Headquarters in Breese
By Kelsey Landis | Featured on Belleville News Democrat | An area construction company will soon break ground on a new corporate headquarters and warehouse slated to open next summer. Breese-based Poettker Construction Company will break ground next week for their...
Good Design Increases Occupancy at a Clayton, Missouri Corporate Tower
By Emily Bratcher | Featured on Work Design Magazine | A fresh, modern renovation gives the Hanley Corporate Tower a 100 percent occupancy. In renovating the Hanley Corporate Tower in Clayton, Missouri, Oculus Inc. increased the building’s occupancy rate. In an effort to modernize...
Hanley Corporate Tower – Clayton
Featured on Office Snapshots | Oculus Inc. has transformed the outdated Hanley Corporate Tower into a revitalized space to attract premier businesses located in Clayton, Missouri. KBS, Inc., one of the largest buyers of commercial real estate, purchased the Hanley Corporate Tower...
Designing for Wellness in the Workplace
By Lisa Bell-Reim, AIA | Featured in interiors+sources | Between work deadlines and juggling personal responsibilities, it can be tough for employees to maintain stability in their life. Finding a healthy work-life balance can help improve one’s overall well-being, ultimately making...
Cullinan Breaks Ground on New $7.5 Million Building at Streets of St. Charles
By Veneta Rizvic – Reporter | Featured in St. Louis Business Journal | Cullinan Properties, owner and developer of the Streets of St. Charles, has broken ground on a new 60,000-square-foot office and retail building that will cost in excess of $7.5...
Oculus Designs 101 S. Hanley Rebrand
Oculus Inc. has been selected as the design team for a rebranding of the 19-story 101 S. Hanley office tower in Clayton. The redesign and enhancements are expected to cost $6.5 million. St. Louis Construction Forum
Pinnacle Renovates New Dowd Bennett office
St. Louis-based Oculus Inc. was the architect. It is the third project on which Pinnacle and Oculus have teamed. St. Louis Post Dispatch