Leadership Magazines Leadership Magazine Issue 10 - Page 30

dōTERRA CAMPUS Highlights of the New dōTERRA Campus dōTERRA has grown so fast since it was founded in 2008, that in 2011 the executives decided it was time to build a corporate campus to meet the company’s needs and represent its values for years to come. dōTERRA broke ground in Pleasant Grove, Utah, in March 2013 and began construction that April. In July 2014, phase one of the construction was complete. Below are some new and exciting features of this innovative campus: Construction: Beauty: ■  The main two corporate office buildings are four stories ■  he 50-acre plot was carefully worked to help maintain the T high and over 200,000 square feet. ■  The buildings sit on top of 519 “geopiers” or rock piers that were embedded directly into the ground without removing any dirt to provide a solid foundation. ■  Construction materials include: • 2,300 tons of steel • Nearly 40 miles of electrical wire •  aple, cherry, and birch woods (all harvested using M sustainable forestry practices) ■  Rough red sand stone walls are included in the construction of each building. The stone was harvested from a quarry in Kanab, Utah, and then processed in Heber, Utah. A “flamed” finish technique gives it its color and texture. ■  Primarily recycled materials were used in the construction, and more than 76 percent of construction waste was taken to facilities to be recycled and reused in other projects. 30 dōTERRA ESSENTIAL LEADERSHIP I FALL 2014 wetlands that make up the property. Wooden walkways were built to allow visitors to enjoy the plants and wildlife that have been preserved in the area. ■  infinity pool with an edge that appears to flow into the An wetlands was built in the main plaza of the campus. The design includes a double drop that creates the sound of rushing water that adds to the peaceful environment of the space. ■  The grand atrium of the corporate offices displays four glass chandeliers that were handcrafted by world-renowned artist Tom Holman. They are suspended from the 60-foot ceiling by aircraft wire and are backed by a custom wood mural. ■  The fourth floor of the building also features custom murals painted by Chris Young, an artist best known for the ultrarealistic look of his finished artwork.