Butterfly Network
Construction of corporate interior
corporate, office, interior, dining, fit-out
24601
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  • Interior photograph of corporate interior showing a communal dining area
  • Interior photograph of corporate interior showing interior connection staircase
  • Interior photograph of corporate interior showing interior connection staircase
  • Interior photograph of office gathering space with couches and chairs, polished floors and exposed ceilings. Behind space is frosted glass into a research and laboratory space.
  • Interior photograph of corporate interior showing reception desk with logo'd sign
  • Interior photograph of corporate interior showing conference room long benches along walls.
  • Interior photograph of corporate interior showing a dining booth/workspace
  • Interior photograph of corporate interior showing dining booths/work spaces
  • Interior photograph of the interior of The District Burlington with stairs leading up to Butterfly Network
  • Interior photograph of double doors with artwork on either side and leading into a research and laboratory space with blue furniture.
  • Interior photograph of research and laboratory space with blue furniture.
  • Interior photograph of research and laboratory space with blue furniture.
  • Interior photograph of corporate interior showing woman on a bench with a small table and laptop with blue wallpaper

Butterfly Network

Burlington, MA

On behalf of Butterfly Network, who develops hand-held ultrasound devices, Cranshaw performed tenant fit-up of this new Class A office space located at The District in Burlington.

 

The project included demolition of the existing 60,000 SF to accommodate three floors for their new world headquarters. Construction included new MEPs and finishes. In addition to the open offices, café and game area, a new stair was cut in to provide an inter-connection between the second and third floors. The new space includes over 200 workstations, 43 offices, conference and collaboration areas, lab benches and seating. A demonstration and training center was built for use with both existing and potential customers to simulate doctors’ and emergency room (ER) facilities.

 

Scope for a 7,300 SF research and development (R&D) and a machine shop to test products was added during the completion of the office fit-out and is expected to be turned over at the beginning of December 2022.

Client

Butterfly Network

Architect

OTJ Architects

Size

60,000 SF