BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

BAROMETER IT OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartzwww.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

JAMF SOFTWARE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

Day Block

Day Block

For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.

Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.

http://www.dayblock.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA

 

 

 

 For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.  Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.   http://www.dayblock.com   Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA hristian Dean AIA      

For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.

Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.

http://www.dayblock.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
hristian Dean AIA

 

 

 For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.  Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.   http://www.dayblock.com   Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA hristian Dean AIA      

For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.

Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.

http://www.dayblock.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
hristian Dean AIA

 

 

 For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.  Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.   http://www.dayblock.com   Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA hristian Dean AIA      

For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.

Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.

http://www.dayblock.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
hristian Dean AIA

 

 

 For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.  Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.   http://www.dayblock.com   Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA hristian Dean AIA      

For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.

Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.

http://www.dayblock.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
hristian Dean AIA

 

 

 For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.  Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.   http://www.dayblock.com   Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA hristian Dean AIA      

For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.

Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.

http://www.dayblock.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
hristian Dean AIA

 

 

 For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.  Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.   http://www.dayblock.com   Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA hristian Dean AIA      

For generations known as the home of Frank Plumbing, this 122 year old former hospital building was transformed from its previous use as an overfilled storehouse full of antique plumbing parts, into the home for a growing internet marketing company. With two floors of office space, it also includes a restaurant and bar on the first floor. Designed in the Queen Anne Commercial Style, the original building represents a notable departure from many of the buildings previously built in the surrounding Minneapolis milling and warehouse district. This can be seen in the building’s increased scale, its occupation of more street frontage, increased ornamentation, and large areas of glass without divided lights.

Winner of a 2007 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, the design plays off of this heightened ornamentation and openness while carving out space that reflects the structure’s new use as contemporary commercial office building. While pragmatic needs including structural repairs and masonry restoration, new windows and an entirely new code compliant exit system were significant concerns for the project, new building elements and spaces have been developed that heighten and compliment the material and detail richness of the existing historic building. From new floor to ceiling windows - on the ground floor - designed to emphasize the dramatic openness of the original street front, to open floor plans - for the upper floors - defined by plentiful daylight, and the warm golden tones of the original brick bearing walls and wood framing.

http://www.dayblock.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
hristian Dean AIA

 

 

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

This quickly growing new advertising agency chose to open their new offices in the historic Wyman Building in downtown Minneapolis, in the heart of the Warehouse District and the creative industry in the Twin Cities. The building, originally built to sell and trade textiles, features tall ceilings with beautifully plastered barrel vaults. Their brief to us was to leave the space as open as possible revealing the structure of the ceiling and to allow flexibility for future growth and change. They wanted an office that was light and airy with a view of the outside from all points in the space.

Perimeter enclosed offices and conference rooms allow daylight to filter into the core of the space through a precisely assembled wall of steel and glass. High level clear plate glass continuously reveals the beautiful vaulted ceiling while lower areas of solid framed walls and sections of glass shift between clear transparency and obscured translucency through an application of lenticular film. The degree of privacy of the offices changes depending on your position within the space. In contrast, the presence of the beautiful ceiling structure and abundant daylight is constant.

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Christian Dean AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 

 

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

This quickly growing new advertising agency chose to open their new offices in the historic Wyman Building in downtown Minneapolis, in the heart of the Warehouse District and the creative industry in the Twin Cities. The building, originally built to sell and trade textiles, features tall ceilings with beautifully plastered barrel vaults. Their brief to us was to leave the space as open as possible revealing the structure of the ceiling and to allow flexibility for future growth and change. They wanted an office that was light and airy with a view of the outside from all points in the space.

Perimeter enclosed offices and conference rooms allow daylight to filter into the core of the space through a precisely assembled wall of steel and glass. High level clear plate glass continuously reveals the beautiful vaulted ceiling while lower areas of solid framed walls and sections of glass shift between clear transparency and obscured translucency through an application of lenticular film. The degree of privacy of the offices changes depending on your position within the space. In contrast, the presence of the beautiful ceiling structure and abundant daylight is constant.

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Christian Dean AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

This quickly growing new advertising agency chose to open their new offices in the historic Wyman Building in downtown Minneapolis, in the heart of the Warehouse District and the creative industry in the Twin Cities. The building, originally built to sell and trade textiles, features tall ceilings with beautifully plastered barrel vaults. Their brief to us was to leave the space as open as possible revealing the structure of the ceiling and to allow flexibility for future growth and change. They wanted an office that was light and airy with a view of the outside from all points in the space.

Perimeter enclosed offices and conference rooms allow daylight to filter into the core of the space through a precisely assembled wall of steel and glass. High level clear plate glass continuously reveals the beautiful vaulted ceiling while lower areas of solid framed walls and sections of glass shift between clear transparency and obscured translucency through an application of lenticular film. The degree of privacy of the offices changes depending on your position within the space. In contrast, the presence of the beautiful ceiling structure and abundant daylight is constant.

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Christian Dean AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

This quickly growing new advertising agency chose to open their new offices in the historic Wyman Building in downtown Minneapolis, in the heart of the Warehouse District and the creative industry in the Twin Cities. The building, originally built to sell and trade textiles, features tall ceilings with beautifully plastered barrel vaults. Their brief to us was to leave the space as open as possible revealing the structure of the ceiling and to allow flexibility for future growth and change. They wanted an office that was light and airy with a view of the outside from all points in the space.

Perimeter enclosed offices and conference rooms allow daylight to filter into the core of the space through a precisely assembled wall of steel and glass. High level clear plate glass continuously reveals the beautiful vaulted ceiling while lower areas of solid framed walls and sections of glass shift between clear transparency and obscured translucency through an application of lenticular film. The degree of privacy of the offices changes depending on your position within the space. In contrast, the presence of the beautiful ceiling structure and abundant daylight is constant.

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Christian Dean AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

This quickly growing new advertising agency chose to open their new offices in the historic Wyman Building in downtown Minneapolis, in the heart of the Warehouse District and the creative industry in the Twin Cities. The building, originally built to sell and trade textiles, features tall ceilings with beautifully plastered barrel vaults. Their brief to us was to leave the space as open as possible revealing the structure of the ceiling and to allow flexibility for future growth and change. They wanted an office that was light and airy with a view of the outside from all points in the space.

Perimeter enclosed offices and conference rooms allow daylight to filter into the core of the space through a precisely assembled wall of steel and glass. High level clear plate glass continuously reveals the beautiful vaulted ceiling while lower areas of solid framed walls and sections of glass shift between clear transparency and obscured translucency through an application of lenticular film. The degree of privacy of the offices changes depending on your position within the space. In contrast, the presence of the beautiful ceiling structure and abundant daylight is constant.

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Christian Dean AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

This quickly growing new advertising agency chose to open their new offices in the historic Wyman Building in downtown Minneapolis, in the heart of the Warehouse District and the creative industry in the Twin Cities. The building, originally built to sell and trade textiles, features tall ceilings with beautifully plastered barrel vaults. Their brief to us was to leave the space as open as possible revealing the structure of the ceiling and to allow flexibility for future growth and change. They wanted an office that was light and airy with a view of the outside from all points in the space.

Perimeter enclosed offices and conference rooms allow daylight to filter into the core of the space through a precisely assembled wall of steel and glass. High level clear plate glass continuously reveals the beautiful vaulted ceiling while lower areas of solid framed walls and sections of glass shift between clear transparency and obscured translucency through an application of lenticular film. The degree of privacy of the offices changes depending on your position within the space. In contrast, the presence of the beautiful ceiling structure and abundant daylight is constant.

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Christian Dean AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

This quickly growing new advertising agency chose to open their new offices in the historic Wyman Building in downtown Minneapolis, in the heart of the Warehouse District and the creative industry in the Twin Cities. The building, originally built to sell and trade textiles, features tall ceilings with beautifully plastered barrel vaults. Their brief to us was to leave the space as open as possible revealing the structure of the ceiling and to allow flexibility for future growth and change. They wanted an office that was light and airy with a view of the outside from all points in the space.

Perimeter enclosed offices and conference rooms allow daylight to filter into the core of the space through a precisely assembled wall of steel and glass. High level clear plate glass continuously reveals the beautiful vaulted ceiling while lower areas of solid framed walls and sections of glass shift between clear transparency and obscured translucency through an application of lenticular film. The degree of privacy of the offices changes depending on your position within the space. In contrast, the presence of the beautiful ceiling structure and abundant daylight is constant.

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Christian Dean AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

This quickly growing new advertising agency chose to open their new offices in the historic Wyman Building in downtown Minneapolis, in the heart of the Warehouse District and the creative industry in the Twin Cities. The building, originally built to sell and trade textiles, features tall ceilings with beautifully plastered barrel vaults. Their brief to us was to leave the space as open as possible revealing the structure of the ceiling and to allow flexibility for future growth and change. They wanted an office that was light and airy with a view of the outside from all points in the space.

Perimeter enclosed offices and conference rooms allow daylight to filter into the core of the space through a precisely assembled wall of steel and glass. High level clear plate glass continuously reveals the beautiful vaulted ceiling while lower areas of solid framed walls and sections of glass shift between clear transparency and obscured translucency through an application of lenticular film. The degree of privacy of the offices changes depending on your position within the space. In contrast, the presence of the beautiful ceiling structure and abundant daylight is constant.

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Christian Dean AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

This quickly growing new advertising agency chose to open their new offices in the historic Wyman Building in downtown Minneapolis, in the heart of the Warehouse District and the creative industry in the Twin Cities. The building, originally built to sell and trade textiles, features tall ceilings with beautifully plastered barrel vaults. Their brief to us was to leave the space as open as possible revealing the structure of the ceiling and to allow flexibility for future growth and change. They wanted an office that was light and airy with a view of the outside from all points in the space.

Perimeter enclosed offices and conference rooms allow daylight to filter into the core of the space through a precisely assembled wall of steel and glass. High level clear plate glass continuously reveals the beautiful vaulted ceiling while lower areas of solid framed walls and sections of glass shift between clear transparency and obscured translucency through an application of lenticular film. The degree of privacy of the offices changes depending on your position within the space. In contrast, the presence of the beautiful ceiling structure and abundant daylight is constant.

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Christian Dean AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

BARRIE D'ROZARIO MURPHY OFFICE

This quickly growing new advertising agency chose to open their new offices in the historic Wyman Building in downtown Minneapolis, in the heart of the Warehouse District and the creative industry in the Twin Cities. The building, originally built to sell and trade textiles, features tall ceilings with beautifully plastered barrel vaults. Their brief to us was to leave the space as open as possible revealing the structure of the ceiling and to allow flexibility for future growth and change. They wanted an office that was light and airy with a view of the outside from all points in the space.

Perimeter enclosed offices and conference rooms allow daylight to filter into the core of the space through a precisely assembled wall of steel and glass. High level clear plate glass continuously reveals the beautiful vaulted ceiling while lower areas of solid framed walls and sections of glass shift between clear transparency and obscured translucency through an application of lenticular film. The degree of privacy of the offices changes depending on your position within the space. In contrast, the presence of the beautiful ceiling structure and abundant daylight is constant.

Photographer:  James Schwartz  www.schwartzpictures.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Christian Dean AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA Krista Jensen

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA
Krista Jensen

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA Krista Jensen

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA
Krista Jensen

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA Krista Jensen

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA
Krista Jensen

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA Krista Jensen

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA
Krista Jensen

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA Krista Jensen

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA
Krista Jensen

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA Krista Jensen

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA
Krista Jensen

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA Krista Jensen

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA
Krista Jensen

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA     

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Christian Dean AIA  

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Christian Dean AIA
 

 Project Team: Christian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA Krista Jensen Gayla Lindt

Project Team:
Christian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA
Krista Jensen
Gayla Lindt

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University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 

 

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 Photographer:  Alyssa Lee  www.alyssaleephotography.com   Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge   

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

University of Minnesota - Wilson Library Lobby Remodel

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee
www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 PEPPERS & FRIES  Photographer:  Alyssa Lee   www.alyssaleephotography.com   Project Team: Ben Awes AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Bob Ganser AIA Nate Dodge

PEPPERS & FRIES

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee

www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Bob Ganser AIA
Nate Dodge

 PEPPERS & FRIES  Photographer:  Alyssa Lee   www.alyssaleephotography.com   Project Team: Ben Awes AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Bob Ganser AIA Nate Dodge   

PEPPERS & FRIES

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee

www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Bob Ganser AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 PEPPERS & FRIES  Photographer:  Alyssa Lee   www.alyssaleephotography.com   Project Team: Ben Awes AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Bob Ganser AIA Nate Dodge   

PEPPERS & FRIES

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee

www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Bob Ganser AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 PEPPERS & FRIES  Photographer:  Alyssa Lee   www.alyssaleephotography.com   Project Team: Ben Awes AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Bob Ganser AIA Nate Dodge   

PEPPERS & FRIES

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee

www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Bob Ganser AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 PEPPERS & FRIES  Photographer:  Alyssa Lee   www.alyssaleephotography.com   Project Team: Ben Awes AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Bob Ganser AIA Nate Dodge   

PEPPERS & FRIES

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee

www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Bob Ganser AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 PEPPERS & FRIES  Photographer:  Alyssa Lee   www.alyssaleephotography.com   Project Team: Ben Awes AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Bob Ganser AIA Nate Dodge   

PEPPERS & FRIES

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee

www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Bob Ganser AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 PEPPERS & FRIES  Photographer:  Alyssa Lee   www.alyssaleephotography.com   Project Team: Ben Awes AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Bob Ganser AIA Nate Dodge   

PEPPERS & FRIES

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee

www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Bob Ganser AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 PEPPERS & FRIES  Photographer:  Alyssa Lee   www.alyssaleephotography.com   Project Team: Ben Awes AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Bob Ganser AIA Nate Dodge   

PEPPERS & FRIES

Photographer:  Alyssa Lee

www.alyssaleephotography.com

Project Team:
Ben Awes AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Bob Ganser AIA
Nate Dodge

 

 Project Team: Chistian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA Nate Dodge

Project Team:
Chistian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA
Nate Dodge

 Project Team: Chistian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Chistian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Chistian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Chistian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Chistian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Chistian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Chistian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Chistian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Chistian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Chistian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Chistian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Chistian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Chistian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Chistian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

 Project Team: Chistian Dean AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Bob Ganser AIA

Project Team:
Chistian Dean AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Bob Ganser AIA

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