Eide Bailly had two major goals they worked to fulfill with their office remodel; a space that would attract and retain top talent and to create a modern and forward thinking space that greatly differs from their previous outdated design. They decided to remain in their current location in the 5 Triad Center Downtown, but to move to the 5th floor of the space. Many of their employees moved from being in private offices to open office stations. The goal with this transition was to create a station that would have similar space and storage to a private office while creating a comfortable and semi-private atmosphere for the employees. The crown jewel of their space is the training and cafeteria area. To recruit recent accounting graduates, they often hold open houses in their office and needed a space with a top of the line cafeteria area that also doubles as a training room.