The 1010 O’Brien Community Center provides a dynamic flexible space for training, technology classes, and offices for multiple users and constituencies. The project is a renovation of a 12,000 square foot warehouse that creates education and training space that serves the diverse goals of several user groups with different requirements and objectives. In addition to serving the various tenants, the project needed to accommodate visiting entrepreneurs and serve as a space for community events while providing flexibility to adapt to an evolving program over time. Prior to creating this permanent “hub,” Facebook relied on vacant spaces at its Menlo Park headquarters for local educational groups and nonprofits to use. The project consolidated multiple functions that were spread out among Facebook campuses, requiring a robust planning and programming process involving multiple constituencies that Form4 facilitated to ensure the success of the project. The project included training rooms, incubator space, maker space and associated specialty equipment, storage, and collaboration areas. Flexible, larger scale assemblies and programs with an associated state of the art audio-visual system also needed to be accommodated. It provides programs for job training and digital skills and the training programs and curriculum will provide local entrepreneurs and recruiters with direct access to graduates from the programs.