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Sportradar

Sportradar moved from the campus of St. Thomas University to downtown Minneapolis into one full floor of Fifth Street Towers.  The growing company needed more space and higher-quality furniture for their team of nearly 200 employees.  Their former folding tables and chairs have been replaced with Haworth Compose workstations, Reside Desking, Groupe Lacasse private offices, and seating from the Very family.  In addition to the space’s 10 private offices and 190+ workstations, the Sportradar team now has access to meeting rooms, a conference space, lounge spaces and a café.

Fluid Interiors relocated Sportradar to a temporary space in Fifth Street Towers while their new workplace was completed, followed by their final move into the space upon the completion of furniture installation.  

The space, designed by Nelson, features sports-themed design throughout, such as carpet displayed like a baseball diamond and a basketball court design in their café space.   

Sportradar provides real-time scores and stats for all major U.S. sports and was recently awarded a multi-year agreement to be the NFL's exclusive statistics distributor.

Workstations
Reside desking; Humanscale quad monitor arms; SpaceCo CPU holders; Very seating
Compose stations with height adjustable tables; Very task chairs

Private Offices
Groupe Lacasse; Very Side & Task

Conference Room
Nevers table & Very seating

Meeting Rooms
Haworth tables & Very seating

Café
Haworth tables; Very seating; ToDo mobile lounge chairs; Very stools

Lounge Spaces
Haworth ToDos and Hightower seating

Lobby
Allermuir seating; Bernhardt tables

Fluid’s relocation team was fast, thorough and highly accommodating through our four move phases.  We were always in awe of their experience and how quickly they worked.  We look forward to our continued partnership with Fluid as our business grows.  Because Fluid has taken the time to understand our business and culture, they’ve really hit a home run in the furniture selections for our office.

- Kathy Walen, Sportradar