Monster Energy
Corona, CA
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PROJECT LEADER
Philip Cord
COMPLETION DATE
October 8, 2013
CLIENT
H. Hendy Associates
PROJECT TYPE
Corporate

Monster Energy's new six-story, 142,000 square foot headquarters houses 500 workstations and 175 private offices. It also features a creative "test lab" for employees and athletes to sample new beverage products, VIP areas, conference room seating on each floor, and design elements and graphics throughout the building that reinforce the Monster brand. tk1sc provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering, voice/data cabling design, access control, security camera system design, data center design, with StudioK1 providing lighting design. This project showcases all of tk1sc's design capabilities.


For this project, tk1sc created a unified facility management system leveraging the intelligence in each of the systems designed. The unified facility management system or a "single pane of glass" management display allows for transparent access, monitoring, and management for each of these systems in one place. The design of this facility uses 12% less lighting energy than stipulated by California's stringent Title 24 energy code, making it not just an excellent place to work but an energy-efficient one as well.


Lighting Solutions: The client wanted an edgy space with energy-efficient lighting for the Monster Energy corporate headquarters. We use LED fixtures and lighting solutions throughout the project to help us achieve this outcome. The lobby features the M backlit with LEDs, while LED recessed downlights highlight the wall. The wall behind the reception desk is grazed with a concealed LED strip. The image on the ceiling is produced with an LED pattern projector using a full-color custom "gobo." The opposite wall is a feature wall of stones highlighted by LED track fixtures.


We illuminated the conference room with 4000K LED cylinders tucked into the ductwork. At the same time, an LED fixture with perforated sides highlights the table and adds sparkle and some uplight for the ceiling. The large conference/break room uses LED prismatic pendants to provide both task and ambient lighting, while LED under cabinet lights highlight the backsplash.


Circulation areas reinforce the raw quality of the space with wall-mounted compact fluorescent jelly jars and RLM-style fixtures. LED decorative high bay fixtures provide ambient lighting. The LEDs are all 4000K, while the decorative fixtures are 2700K, juxtaposing the cool tech feel with the old-time barn aesthetic.


Linear LED pendants that integrate well with exposed ceiling elements illuminate the open office areas. All the LED and fluorescent sources utilize 0-10V dimming to provide granular controllability and to harvest daylight. The project is under California's Title 24 by more than 12%.


Private offices use a custom configuration of lensed T5 fluorescents at 4000K, matching the LEDs and helping to meet the project's stringent budget.


The training room takes the same T5 fluorescent fixture from the private offices and breaks it apart to achieve a light sculpture, giving the room the energetic feel vital to the Monster Brand.

PROJECT TEAM:
Ron Zawadzki
Philip Cord
Russell Gault
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PROJECT LEADER
Philip Cord
COMPLETION DATE
October 8, 2013
CLIENT
H. Hendy Associates
PROJECT TYPE
Corporate

Monster Energy's new six-story, 142,000 square foot headquarters houses 500 workstations and 175 private offices. It also features a creative "test lab" for employees and athletes to sample new beverage products, VIP areas, conference room seating on each floor, and design elements and graphics throughout the building that reinforce the Monster brand. tk1sc provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering, voice/data cabling design, access control, security camera system design, data center design, with StudioK1 providing lighting design. This project showcases all of tk1sc's design capabilities.


For this project, tk1sc created a unified facility management system leveraging the intelligence in each of the systems designed. The unified facility management system or a "single pane of glass" management display allows for transparent access, monitoring, and management for each of these systems in one place. The design of this facility uses 12% less lighting energy than stipulated by California's stringent Title 24 energy code, making it not just an excellent place to work but an energy-efficient one as well.


Lighting Solutions: The client wanted an edgy space with energy-efficient lighting for the Monster Energy corporate headquarters. We use LED fixtures and lighting solutions throughout the project to help us achieve this outcome. The lobby features the M backlit with LEDs, while LED recessed downlights highlight the wall. The wall behind the reception desk is grazed with a concealed LED strip. The image on the ceiling is produced with an LED pattern projector using a full-color custom "gobo." The opposite wall is a feature wall of stones highlighted by LED track fixtures.


We illuminated the conference room with 4000K LED cylinders tucked into the ductwork. At the same time, an LED fixture with perforated sides highlights the table and adds sparkle and some uplight for the ceiling. The large conference/break room uses LED prismatic pendants to provide both task and ambient lighting, while LED under cabinet lights highlight the backsplash.


Circulation areas reinforce the raw quality of the space with wall-mounted compact fluorescent jelly jars and RLM-style fixtures. LED decorative high bay fixtures provide ambient lighting. The LEDs are all 4000K, while the decorative fixtures are 2700K, juxtaposing the cool tech feel with the old-time barn aesthetic.


Linear LED pendants that integrate well with exposed ceiling elements illuminate the open office areas. All the LED and fluorescent sources utilize 0-10V dimming to provide granular controllability and to harvest daylight. The project is under California's Title 24 by more than 12%.


Private offices use a custom configuration of lensed T5 fluorescents at 4000K, matching the LEDs and helping to meet the project's stringent budget.


The training room takes the same T5 fluorescent fixture from the private offices and breaks it apart to achieve a light sculpture, giving the room the energetic feel vital to the Monster Brand.

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Monster Energy
Corona, CA
Home
/
Projects
/
Monster Energy
PROJECT LEADER
Philip Cord
COMPLETION DATE
October 8, 2013
CLIENT
H. Hendy Associates
PROJECT TYPE
Corporate

Monster Energy's new six-story, 142,000 square foot headquarters houses 500 workstations and 175 private offices. It also features a creative "test lab" for employees and athletes to sample new beverage products, VIP areas, conference room seating on each floor, and design elements and graphics throughout the building that reinforce the Monster brand. tk1sc provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering, voice/data cabling design, access control, security camera system design, data center design, with StudioK1 providing lighting design. This project showcases all of tk1sc's design capabilities.


For this project, tk1sc created a unified facility management system leveraging the intelligence in each of the systems designed. The unified facility management system or a "single pane of glass" management display allows for transparent access, monitoring, and management for each of these systems in one place. The design of this facility uses 12% less lighting energy than stipulated by California's stringent Title 24 energy code, making it not just an excellent place to work but an energy-efficient one as well.


Lighting Solutions: The client wanted an edgy space with energy-efficient lighting for the Monster Energy corporate headquarters. We use LED fixtures and lighting solutions throughout the project to help us achieve this outcome. The lobby features the M backlit with LEDs, while LED recessed downlights highlight the wall. The wall behind the reception desk is grazed with a concealed LED strip. The image on the ceiling is produced with an LED pattern projector using a full-color custom "gobo." The opposite wall is a feature wall of stones highlighted by LED track fixtures.


We illuminated the conference room with 4000K LED cylinders tucked into the ductwork. At the same time, an LED fixture with perforated sides highlights the table and adds sparkle and some uplight for the ceiling. The large conference/break room uses LED prismatic pendants to provide both task and ambient lighting, while LED under cabinet lights highlight the backsplash.


Circulation areas reinforce the raw quality of the space with wall-mounted compact fluorescent jelly jars and RLM-style fixtures. LED decorative high bay fixtures provide ambient lighting. The LEDs are all 4000K, while the decorative fixtures are 2700K, juxtaposing the cool tech feel with the old-time barn aesthetic.


Linear LED pendants that integrate well with exposed ceiling elements illuminate the open office areas. All the LED and fluorescent sources utilize 0-10V dimming to provide granular controllability and to harvest daylight. The project is under California's Title 24 by more than 12%.


Private offices use a custom configuration of lensed T5 fluorescents at 4000K, matching the LEDs and helping to meet the project's stringent budget.


The training room takes the same T5 fluorescent fixture from the private offices and breaks it apart to achieve a light sculpture, giving the room the energetic feel vital to the Monster Brand.

PROJECT TEAM:
Ron Zawadzki
Philip Cord
Russell Gault
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