The annual Minnesota Real Estate Journal Awards ceremony took place on April 11, 2018. The event highlights design and construction achievements in Minnesota. Four Dunham projects walked away with awards in various categories.
TRIA Orthopaedic Center in Woodbury
In collaboration with HealthPartners and Park Nicollet, TRIA’s new state-of-the-art clinic sits in the CityPlace development of Woodbury, MN. This facility offers a wide range of orthopedic and sports medicine services, including urgent care, ambulatory surgery, rehabilitation, physical therapy, hand therapy, therapy pools, and prosthetics, among others. Dunham provided mechanical and electrical engineering services for the 78,000 SF facility, which opened in late 2017.
Hennepin Healthcare, Clinic + Specialty Center
This state-of-the-art healthcare facility centrally locates outpatient services that are currently operating throughout various locations at the Hennepin Healthcare campus. The new 367,000 SF facility houses primary care clinics, specialty clinics, a dental clinic, and outpatient surgery. The project included two levels of underground parking with a total of 260 stalls, as well as a skyway and tunnel connection to the hospital.
Category: Interior Design
Jack Links, Jack’s Place Headquarters
Sitting on the skyway level fo the recently redeveloped and renamed Mayo Clinic Square, this project relocates Jack Links to Downtown Minneapolis and expands space to support 300 employees. This highly visible, 77,000 SF space includes open and private offices, a test kitchen, a customer experience center, and a retail store.
Kraus Anderson Block
Dunham provided energy modeling and analysis services as well as building commissioning services for the new Kraus Anderson’s new mixed-use facility. The new five-story, 100,000 SF headquarters facility consolidates 300 employees from three metro area offices into a new central location. The office contains a training center, employee cafeteria, fitness center, underground parking, and features an open office space. Sustainable elements included energy-efficient lighting, daylight harvesting controls, temperature, and a high-efficiency equipment monitoring network. Dunham provided both Fundamental and Enhanced commissioning services.