Covisint was looking to relocate from One Campus Martius (formerly Compuware Building), where it had occupied 60,000 square feet of space at its Detroit into a new location in Southfield, MI.
Peter Basso Associates provided MEP engineering design, as well as lighting design services, for the tenant improvements of Covisint’s new office location inside the Travelers Tower II Building in Southfield, MI.
Covisint relocated from One Campus Martius (formerly Compuware Building), occupying over 60,000 square feet of space at its Detroit address and was looking to lease the same size space in its new location.
The office plan consisted of predominately open floor plan, utilizing systems furniture with typical blend of support spaces; copy/print, private offices, conference rooms and workrooms.
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