Campus Update — Inside Our LEGO Project

Miniature Franklinton Campus Offers Employees a First Look at New Home

 |  Jenny Rogers

Each of us at CoverMyMeds has had a hand in building our award-winning culture.

From our core values to how we give back in our communities, we bring a spirit of collaboration to everything we do, encouraging employee feedback and involvement every step of the way.

When we begin moving into our new campus next spring, employees will find a space designed not only with their working styles in mind, but their interests and their ideals, too.

A Miniature Sneak Peek

Since last September, artist Rick Shuster has spent several hours a week at CoverMyMeds, building a miniature version of our campus using LEGO® bricks. About 20,000 pieces later, his built-to-scale masterpiece — complete with a basketball court and food trucks — is on display at our 41 S. High St. office location.

lego 1 Shuster used thousands of pieces to construct phase one of our campus, which will welcome employees in spring 2021.

lego 2 The model highlights our new campus’ front and back yards and glass exterior — 75% of the building will offer views of nature.

lego 3 A miniature version of the courtyard

lego 8 Shuster set up shop at one of our Columbus offices, where our employees were able to watch his progress.

Rick didn’t stop with the campus model, though. He encouraged each employee to use the brick pieces to build themselves in miniature form and, to date, more than 700 employees have built their personalized “Sig Fig.” These mini me’s — our take on the traditional beam-signing ceremony — will join us at the new campus next year.

For more about our Franklinton campus, check out this article and visit our dedicated Campus page.

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