Master-planned corporate campus covering nearly 90 acres with three phases, including 1.2 million sq. ft. of office space, two parking ramps, eight stormwater ponds, two miles of utility design and numerous improvements to Technology Drive.
The site was designed to preserve a rare sedge meadow and minimize the overall impact of development on existing wetlands. The plan includes an extensive trail system that winds through campus and provides access to this unique natural environment.
This project was selected from nearly 1000 nominations as one of the "most innovative and challenging Twin Cities projects built in 2001-2002" and was featured in 'Minnesota Construction Review 2003'.
The project site was acquired by UnitedHealth in 2011 and now serves as the headquarters for the Optum health services division.