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helped to impact how people experience 115 East
King Street.
The custom statement ceiling on our Business Center
floor- tapered, linear wood plank clouds painted in custom
platinum - is the first and only of its kind and an incredible
point of interest...a suspended conversation piece that
does double duty by helping to manage noise levels.
Throughout the rest of the building, there is a combination
of standard and large format Armstrong ceilings, which truly
impacts how people experience the space. The ceilings
also have Armstrong's Total Acoustic performance to help
reduce sound room to room and within a room, so office
neighbors can't hear each other through the walls and
corridor and common space distractions are minimized.
In conference rooms and meeting spaces, the ceilings
seamlessly integrate LED lighting and AV and mechanical
systems while maintaining nice clean design lines. The
executive conference room, on the top floor, changes up the
design rhythm with a taupe-colored ceiling solution called
Calla that has a smooth, refined appearance and noise
reducing and sound blocking performance.
"We are so pleased to be part of the newly
established 115 East King Street building in
bustling and burgeoning downtown Lancaster. I
am so impressed by what's been accomplished
here. The Chamber brought together so many local business
and community partners to transform what was a vacant
building into a magnificent symbol of what business and
community can do together," said Jennifer Johnson, director,
Corporate Communications, AWI.
When you think of construction, you think of the changes
you can see - from framed walls to a new fa├žade. But, often
it's the part of construction that you can't see that plays an
integral role in giving a building life.

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Get to know how BERK-TEK helped us stay connected
and bring power to our state-of-the-art technology.
For more than 50 years, Berk-Tek has been a leading
manufacturer of more than 100 different network copper
and fiber optic cable products. The company has led in
the development of high-performance and enhanced
fiber optic and copper cables designed to transport highspeed data, voice and power transmissions. Berk-Tek has
manufacturing facilities in New Holland, PA and FuquayVarina, NC.
The company's New Holland factory employs 350 people
in a 325,000 sq ft. facility that manufactures more than 1
billion linear feet of copper twisted pair cables each year.
In addition to their focus on exceeding their customers'
technical requirements, they also strive to be a leading
corporate citizen. With environmentally-conscious
manufacturing programs, progressive employment policies
and a pledge to maintaining high-quality manufacturing
facilities and jobs within the United States, Berk-Tek is
committed not only to their customers, but also to the
local community.
"We are proud of our relationship with the
Chamber, and are happy to play a role in
keeping their IT networks up and running!" -
Susan Larson, Marketing Communications
Manager, Berk-Tek

With both the internal and external structures in place, it was
time to add the more visual elements that would bring 115
East King Street to life. Throughout January and February of
2017, a rainbow of colors could be seen covering the once
dull drywall, thanks to Two Dudes Painting Co; installers
from Certified Carpet could be seen laying the textured
carpet that weaved throughout the building with furniture
and lighting being positioned to create a welcoming and
casual environment.

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