Glance up at the Bellevue skyline and you’re likely to find Concur’s logo mounted among the skyscrapers. With customers ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 firms, Concur helps companies simplify travel and expense management through cloud-based services. Employees enjoy social hours, free drinks and snacks, table tennis, specialized work areas for technical teams and developers, and collaborative meeting spaces. We enjoyed a glimpse into this growing company’s day, and we think you will, too.
Space to think The bright, open 10th floor plays host to meetings large and small.
A little privacy Meeting and collaboration rooms make for quiet spaces to share ideas or make phone calls.
Competitive breaks Table tennis inspires active break time in the communal kitchen. Bright walls and an exposed ceiling add to the lighthearted atmosphere.
Spreading out A staircase leads down from floors 4 and 3 to the newly remodeled second floor.
Open up Garage doors allow workers to instantly expand a meeting space for big projects.
Sunny spaces Bright nooks with modern furnishings make the hallways spaces for collaboration.
Kid-friendly Kids are welcome in the office, helping employees balance work and home.
Sit or stand Employees can customize their work environments with standing desks and multiple monitors.
Brews at work Kegs in the office are stocked with different beers each month.
- Many floors feature theater-style popcorn machines with free popcorn.
- The office has monthly Concurian Social Hours with complimentary beer, wine, and food.
- Each floor includes fully stocked coolers of juice, soda, and
- The 10th floor has two Coca-Cola Freestyle machines that can whip up 165 drink combinations.
- Concur doesn’t have traditional laser printers. Paper and toner waste is managed by an on-demand printing system, and there are two multifunction machines per floor.
Architect: JPC Architects
Contractor: Turner Construction
Office opened: May 2013
Square footage: 250,000
This article originally appeared in the March 2016 issue of “425 Business.”