A new headquarters for an environmental, construction, and transportation infrastructure services company presented a unique opportunity to communicate the company’s values and demonstrate its business identity. The company’s involvement in mineral extraction, earthworks and infrastructure formed the basis for our design response and the core of what the building needed to convey. To that end, the project has been imagined as a restored and re-naturalized landscape within which the building emerges and over which it bridges. The building is inserted into a faceted, one-storey landscaped berm, which extends over the entire property. This berm is cut away and fanned out at each entrance, where openings are lined with sloping, board-formed concrete. To arrive at the site and enter the building is to experience the material strength of stone and earth, on which the company is based. The ground floor of the office building and the entirety of the test facility are embedded into the landscaped berm, connecting the two buildings. The second floor of offices is level with the raised landscape, while the third and fourth floors float above the ground. All four levels are connected by an interior atrium, which extends across the width of the building and into the adjacent entrance plazas. The office floors are split and open onto this atrium; collaborative work spaces and open office areas line its perimeter, with glass enclosed offices surrounding the inner core. The atrium supports the development of a strong community of company members, creating visual connections between various departments, links between floors, and a “town square” setting for people to connect and interact. On each level, two bridges cross the atrium void, while a red, sculpturally articulated stair animates it vertically, highlighting the dynamic work environment. Landscape is critical to the design and the company’s identity. Thus the berm is covered in soft landscaped grasses, while the remainder of the site features outdoor terraces, oversized limestone boulders and a storm water reservoir. The naturalized landscape provides a habitat for flora and fauna and demonstrates the company’s commitment to environmental responsibility and stewardship in all of its operations.