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Cargo Office Upfit

Cargo selected MPS to provide interior design services for their new office near downtown Greenville. Part of the broader 914 Pendleton development that was also designed by McMillan Pazdan Smith, Cargo’s space occupied 12,000 SF on the building’s top floor.

The 914 Pendleton project was an adaptive re-use of an old 1930s A&P grocery store. The original grocery was used to form the core of the first floor with two additional floors added above. Situated at the corner of Pendleton and Academy Streets, 914 Pendleton sits at the gateway to downtown Greenville. In addition to Cargo, 914 Pendleton also houses the offices of Trehel Construction.

The interior design for Cargo’s office sought to create a modern work space while respecting the building’s long history. Exposed brick walls are present throughout the floor which makes use of the natural light coming through the large exterior windows. Glass partition meeting rooms and offices provide privacy and quiet while still leaving the office open and bright. The space if divided into various break out and collaboration spaces in the midst of the open office environment to encourage employees to work together. In addition to the refined industrial-style interior design, the space included custom wood millwork and ceiling features.