Blue Cross Blue Shield, 2001 - 2009

WMS Maintained wood surfaces throughout the former Blue Cross Blue Shield Corporate corporate campus in Richardson, Texas, beginning in 2001 until their relocation began in 2009.


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BCBS Corporate Offices
Richardson, Texas

WMS provided monthly maintenance of the architectural millwork at this facility from January 2001 until September of 2009.

The five-story, 520,000 square-foot headquarters office building contains cherry baseboard, chair rail and crown throughout, as well as numerous paneled areas, conference rooms and executive areas. The scope of the work requires a weekly maintenance schedule.

In addition to the regular building maintenance, WMS has performed on-site refinishing of numerous doors, and shop refinishing of BCBS furnishings.


Top Left: Boardroom
Top Middle: Clerical stations
Top Right: Exterior view

Bottom Left: Internal circulation
Bottom Right: Exterior view 

 

 


Blue Cross Blue Shield moved to a new 1,000,000 square foot facility on Lookout Drive in Richardson in the early months of 2010. WMS renewed a Wood Beauty Maintenance contract with the company in June of 2010. An article on the new campus appears elsewhere on the website.