O’Brien Robinson joined Tim Spence and Trivium Development in the revitalization of the building at 350 West Wilson Bridge Road in Worthington, Ohio. The 40-year old 60,000 square foot building, which was vacated nearly a decade ago, was in dire need of renovation. O’Brien Robinson work with Andrews Architects and the building’s tenants to develop a grand entry at the front of the building with a new stairwell, accessible elevators, and a grand lobby. Stairwells were relocated to create more efficient use of the space for the building’s tenants. In addition to aesthetic and programmatic renovations, the building’s original windows, lighting, mechanicals, and exterior materials were all replaced to make it more energy-efficient and comply with current standards. The site’s extreme grade was adjusted to create a level drop off with a canopy. The project won Trivium several awards from the City of Worthington. This project solidified the relationship with Trivium Development and O’Brien Robinson.