Living in vans, traveling in RVs and leaving cities for open areas have all been hallmarks of the pandemic. 

It’s no surprise the new headquarters of KOA, or Kampgrounds of America will be built to reflect the company’s mission and services.

According to the BillingsGazette, the company will break ground on a new headquarters April 8 that will include “flexible workspace with reconfigurable and de-mountable office walls and a raised floor system will allow KOA to reconfigure the building to meet future needs.”

“Outside, the new campus will feature an activity lawn, large patio space with a fire pit and outdoor meeting spaces. The building’s drainage system will create what the company calls a seasonal creek bed that will address storm water and provide sustainable irrigation for landscaping.”

“Connection to nature has been a critical component of our new building design,” Toby O’Rourke, president and CEO of Kampgrounds of America, said in a statement.  “One of the core beliefs of our company is that there are intrinsic health benefits from being in nature and we want that to extend to our workspaces. We envision our new headquarters not just as a space that produces good work, but also one that creates a work environment that promotes health and sustainability.”

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