Landmark Credit Union earlier this year settled into its new Brookfield headquarters on Executive Drive. Jay Magulski, president and chief executive officer of Landmark, said at full occupancy the building will house around 400 employees. Right now, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, about 100 people are in the office on any given day.
Landmark moved its HQ from New Berlin because it outgrew its space there, Magulski said.
“We talked about wanting a headquarters that was attractive and inviting,” he said. “And then, a focus for our associates on collaboration, engagement, professional development, a focus on health and wellness, and flexibility. And we really feel great about how all those came together.”
When employees and visitors first walk into the building, they are greeted by a large lobby and two-story cafeteria. The remainder of the building boasts divisible meeting space, a fitness room with lockers, individual kitchenettes on each floor, meeting areas of various sizes, large windows emitting lots of natural light and outdoor spaces such as a patio, large terrace, mile-long walking path and basketball court.
Magulski said a common refrain that executives have heard from workers is that the building’s design and features seamlessly tie together.