It's official: Laserfiche's new global headquarter is complete in Long Beach's Bixby Knolls neighborhood.

Sidewalk view looking northwestStudio One Eleven / RDC

Located directly east of the I-405 Freeway at 3443 Long Beach Boulevard, the new four-story building features approximately 100,000 square feet of office space, and is Laserfiche's fourth building in the City of Long Beach, as the privately-owned software company aims to double its local workforce from 300 to 600 by the year 2025.

Studio One Eleven designed the building, which includes Mid-Century Modern elements such as large windows and terrace decks that provide natural lighting. SALT Landscape Architects designed the project's open space.

The inside of the building, designed by Studio One Eleven partner firm RDC Interiors, is intended to offer flexibility for Laserfiche employees, while also providing easy connections to landscaped spaces on the exterior.

Rendering of the Laserfiche headquarters campusStudio One Eleven

“The thinking behind the interiors anticipated an evolving work environment in keeping with the firm’s values,” said commented Katy Wise of RDC in a news release.  “The space addresses the many ways that team members work today, with areas designated for team collaboration or solitude and places that are optimized to simplify communication between team members who are in office with those who are working remotely.”

Laserfiche, the building's occupant, moved to Long Beach in 2001, also has satellite offices in the Washington, D.C. Guadalajara, Hong Kong, London, Shanghai, and Toronto. The company provides builds software relating to intelligent content management and business process automation, according to its website.