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2016 Top Projects

August 15, 2017

Every year, Finance & Commerce recognizes the top construction projects in Minnesota. Congratulations to all of the teams who are recognized – we’re honored to partner with you and help create these impressive buildings.

Minnesota Senate Building

“The group had 20 months to design and build a structure that would house all 67 Minnesota senators, support public participation in the legislative process, and serve the public for a century. The building was completed on time in January 2016 and was to accommodate that year’s legislative session.”

Egan services provided: curtainwall, glass/glazing, sunshades, and metal panels

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T3

“Billed as the largest modern mass timber commercial office building in the country, T3 stands for Timber, Transit and Technology.  With a North Loop location next to the Cedar Lake Trail and Target Field Station, the moniker fits the bill.”

Egan services provided: curtainwall, glass/glazing, aluminum entrances, aluminum window system, and storefront

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University of Minnesota Bee and Pollinator Lab

“Bees and researchers doing groundbreaking work to protect bee health are all abuzz at the University of Minnesota’s new state-of-the-art Bee and Pollinator Research Lab.”

Egan services provided: HVAC and plumbing

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U.S. Bank Stadium

“U.S. Bank Stadium, the Minnesota Vikings’ billion-dollar baby, debuted last summer as the largest – and perhaps the most debated — construction project in Minnesota history. The goal for all stakeholders was the same: to build the best multipurpose stadium in the U.S.”

Egan services provided: curtainwall, glass/glazing, and communication and electrical systems for electronic video displays

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Wells Fargo Downtown East Corporate Campus 

“The regional headquarters facility has two 17-story towers offering 1.2 million square feet of office space. More than 5,000 Wells Fargo employees work in a space meant to encourage team collaboration and communication. To top off the project and create an inviting atmosphere, Ryan proposed a new 4.2-acre urban park adjacent to the campus, which the city and Wells Fargo both welcomed.”

Egan’s services provided: building automation, lighting control, sound masking, and extensive building analytics, and intelligent building network

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