Mixed Use Revitalization, Minneapolis, MN

The project consists of the renovation and repositioning of the Macy’s building (formerly Dayton’s building) located at 700 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, Minnesota. The project is approximately 1,270,000 SF of interior remodeling (offices, tenant amenities, retail, entertainment, etc.) and replacement/renovation/upgrades of various base building infrastructure.

McGuire Engineers designed MEP/FP systems within a 1,270,000 SF commercial facility revitalizing a key Minneapolis asset, demonstrating our ability to staff projects in multiple states simultaneously. McGuire Engineers, along with construction and leasing stakeholders, was able to rethink the engineering systems at the Dayton’s Project, a historic building in downtown Minneapolis that will transform into a hub of retail, food, premier office space. The Dayton’s Project will revive a 1920s art-deco style with a modern, luxurious feel. McGuire Engineers provided predesign, design, and construction administration services. We engineered innovative design solutions in response to historic preservation requirements. MEPC engineered around complex design issues including varying structural beam depths and locations throughout the building.



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