BOSTON –– Margulies Perruzzi announced today that it has completed renovations to the Boston headquarters of global law firm, Ropes & Gray LLP.
MP provided space planning and interior design services for the design and renovations to three floors in Ropes & Gray’s premises in Boston’s Prudential Tower.
Ropes & Gray occupies 17 floors in the Prudential Tower and sought to refresh portions of its office while preserving the design essence of the existing space. MP was able to maintain the efficiency and confidentiality needed in the space without sacrificing flexibility. The project included office conversions, new offices, workstations, meeting rooms, and shared workspaces on Floors 35, 36, and 45. All renovations were performed in harmony with Ropes & Gray standards for finish and design quality.
“Ropes & Gray values the quality of its workplace and has an established set of workspace and aesthetic standards that reflect that quality,” said Melissa Ulen, senior manager of operations at Ropes & Gray. “MP understood our desire for a polished and functional design that aligns with our standards, yet enhances the look and feel of the existing space. We enjoyed working with them on the refresh of our Boston office.”
Ropes & Gray has occupied a prominent position in the Boston legal marketplace since the firm’s founding in 1865. Originally headquartered at Barristers’ Hall (near the present location of Old City Hall), Ropes & Gray has been housed in many noteworthy buildings throughout Boston. In 2010, the firm’s Boston office moved to its present location in the Prudential Tower, a Boston landmark since its opening in 1964. With 11 offices located in the United States, Asia, and Europe, Ropes & Gray has more than 1,400 lawyers and professionals worldwide. The firm’s clients include corporations and financial institutions, universities, and health care organizations.
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