OneStream Opens New Global Headquarters Facility in Birmingham

OneStream, a corporate performance management solutions provider, has opened its new 23,000-square-foot global headquarters facility in downtown Birmingham.
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OneStream has opened a new 23,000-square-foot global headquarters facility in downtown Birmingham. // Courtesy of OneStream
OneStream has opened a new 23,000-square-foot global headquarters facility in downtown Birmingham. // Courtesy of OneStream

OneStream, a corporate performance management solutions provider, has opened its new 23,000-square-foot global headquarters facility in downtown Birmingham.

Located at 191 N. Chester St., the facility will serve as the corporate headquarters and a collaboration center for OneStream employees to drive innovation, partnership, and company culture as the enterprise expands its base of operations globally.

The Birmingham office is OneStream’s third location in the region and will have capacity for 150 employees. The company will continue to operate its two facilities in Rochester to serve its more than 260 employees in the state.

Originally a church built in 1920, the new Birmingham facility was renovated using an adaptive re-use scope, allowing it to be repurposed without requiring a complete tear down to keep hundreds of tons of material out of local landfills.

“We are excited to expand our Michigan roots with a new, cutting-edge facility designed with an intentional focus on sustainability while enabling collaboration and innovation across teams,” says Bill Koefoed, CFO at OneStream. “We designed the space with the goal of creating an energy-efficient and design-forward facility that could be a standout in any technology hub from San Francisco to Seattle or New York. It’s a fantastic space and I look forward to seeing how the OneStreamers will bring our passionate corporate culture to life in the new facility.”

The building’s interior design was planned to optimize access to daylight and includes 100 percent LED lighting controlled by a system compliant with ASHRAE Standard 90.1 to drive efficient energy use throughout the facility. Sustainable, natural finishes such as polished concrete flooring and natural stone are used throughout the facility with many features sourced locally within the U.S..

Additional sustainable design elements include:

  • Window glazing with low U-values and solar heat gain coefficients with values under 0.3 to reduce heating and cooling costs.
  • Installing a zone granular VRF system for the building’s base heating/cooling system to consume up to 22 percent less energy than traditional systems.
  • GreenHeck ECV energy core ventilator to pre-condition building air in order to reduce the system’s energy consumption.
  • Long-life exterior materials including standing seam metal roofing, extensive use of masonry, and Dri-Design rainscreen panels to reduce exterior maintenance over time.
  • Emergency lighting integrated to a central inverter to eliminate the need for hundreds of remote-located emergency batteries that require regular replacement.
  • Lighting system controlled by ASHRAE Standard 90.1, utilizing automatic vacancy sensing and daylight harvesting to dim or turn off lights altogether when not needed.

“OneStream is deeply committed to our local Michigan community, and we look forward to expanding our footprint in the area with our new headquarters facility,” says Martha Angle, vice president of talent management and inclusion at OneStream. “We keep our employees at the center of everything we do. They have asked for flexibility and options to work from anywhere, and we listened.

“Our new state-of-the-art headquarters will further OneStream’s flexible work environment, laying the groundwork for innovation as employees are able to come together as a team, drive personal connections and continue to build OneStream’s success as a company — both locally and on a global scale.”

OneStream was founded in 2012 in Rochester. It has achieved year-over-year growth of 60 percent and has signed its 1,000th customer. It has 1,200 employees in 20 countries.

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