This Awesome Office Was Inspired By Indiana Jones, NYC Subways And The Stock Exchange

Epic Systems waterfall

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A cool office campus can make a huge difference in worker productivity and innovation — something that companies like Google and Epic Systems Corporation take seriously.Glassdoor shared with us some amazing photos of Epic Systems’ $500 million campus in Verona, Wisc., featuring an Indiana Jones-inspired tunnel, a New York City subway car replica, and model of the New York Stock Exchange, among other things.

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The tech company, which develops electronic medical records, has around 5,000 employees and expects to grow by another 1,000 by the end of 2012 — which is why it’s building even more cool buildings, which the city estimates will cost around $75 million.

It’s a fast-growing company because it’s in an “industry that is projected to grow more than 12 per cent a year, topping $8.3 billion by 2016,” according to the Wisconsin State Journal, which also reports that Epic’s 2011 revenues are expected to reach about $1.1 billion.

Epic makes software for mid-size and large medical groups, hospitals and integrated healthcare organisations. It serves 240 clients and says 1 in 4 physicians will use EpicCare once its rollout is complete.

A close up of the corporate campus

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The rustic boardroom is reminiscent of a log cabin or ski lodge

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The cafeteria reminds us of summer camp

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This conference room is even modelled after a tree house

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Contrast that with this futuristic conference room

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And a hallway designed after a New York City subway car

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Epic's in-house drycleaning service is modelled after the New York Stock Exchange

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And yet on the same campus there's an Indiana Jones-themed office tunnel

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And ... a timeline tunnel that acts as a watch?

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