McKissack developed programmatic requirements of spatial need and adjacencies to accommodate 40,000 SF of needs on four floors at existing facility.
The programming process allowed Population Services International to create a new environment that will utilize new technology, improve processes, and allow for more focused and intensive use of resources, creating potential for greater flexibility. The process included establishing goals, collecting information, standardizing space types, developing organizational concepts, determining appropriate agencies, and incorporating future expansion needs. The new space is allocated for individual departments as well as existing workstations, closed offices, and support areas such as conference rooms, file and copy areas, and storage spaces. Delivered a comprehensive architectural space program that included methodology, an executive summary, goal statement, data analysis, program requirements, and blocking and stacking diagrams.