John Watts Associates News
Our 40th Anniversary celebration begins in 2016.
John Watts Associates was started in 1976 to offer businesses furnishings and interiors that set the standard for style and elegance as well as function. During 2016 we will be announcing many exciting opportunities for our 40th anniversary celebration. We hope you can be a part of our success.
John Watts Associates is a Contractual Holder with the State of Connecticut. We are very pleased to have completed a project for hearing rooms with the DEEP in New Britain. This manufactured wood product was perfect to suit the specifications of the State of Connecticut and provides hearing rooms for depositions for the Connecticut DEEP.
John Watts Associates consulted from start to finish for new construction for Alexion pharmaceuticals, constructing 14 floors of office space, using materials that may be reconfigured and will not fill landfills. Alexion is realizing tax benefits from walls that are considered furniture and not fixed construction.
Foley Carrier Services provides compliance solutions for more than 35,000 motor carriers of all sizes, as a DOT compliance advisor, fuel tax and permitting services and a full range of services for truckers and their fleets. Located in a historical building in Hartford, CT, Foley Carrier wanted a high-tech system they called "urban chic."
John Watts Associates was up to the task. Our solution was to use Fluid Concepts for 200 Systems Furniture stations, and plug in an eclectic product mix such as Sit On It – Davis – Indiana – and Haworth to achieve the look and feel the end user and designer wanted. Foley Carrier Services is very satisfied with the result, as they get on with their business of providing motor carriers with the up-to-date information they need. You can see more images here.
Lynch Toyota of Manchester, CT needed a modular approach to a sheetrock wall look to their Service Counter and sales areas which needed phone, data, electrical and storage. John Watts Associates had the right solution.
The Compose footprint worked perfectly for this installation, and Lynch Toyota was very satisfied, as are their clients. You can see more images here.
United Illuminating commissioned the SLAM Collaborative of Glastonbury, CT to design a new Central Facility. The new four story 128,000 square foot Office Building and the four story 186,000 square foot Operations Building are located in Orange, CT.
John Watts Associates and Haworth were selected not only for their architectural detailing but also for their contribution to the clients desire to attain a LEED Silver certification on the project. You can see more images here.
Located in West Springfield, MA, Titan USA chose John Watts Associates to supply Haworth design systems to create furnishings that would better support their sales and IT teams.
The new design took advantage of the accessability of electrical and data under the worksurface with the ported panels offered by Haworth. The glass stacks offer an open floor plan. You can see more images here.
The Mary Wade Home recently completed a renovation and addition to their facility. John Watts Associates was hired to work with the general contractor to select all finishes. We also worked with a furniture manufacture to custom-build all in-room furnishings. All this was accomplished on a tight time frame, working with existing patients on the premises.
The Mary Wade Home is another successful project completed within our Healthcare Division. You can see more images here.
Bel Air Manor recently constructed an addition to their existing Nursing Home. In this renovation John Watts Associates was hired to design and supply all interior finishes and furniture.
From the Great Room to Residents Rooms to the Rehab Pool Area we coordinated and supplied the wall coverings, flooring, window treatments, cubicle curtains and furniture always conscience of the residents, staff and visitors that would be utilizing these spaces.
Bel Air Manor is another successful project completed within our Healthcare Division. You can see more images here.