Energy Collaborative Management (EMC) and Livio Health Group have both been nominated for the 2019 IIDA Northland FAB Awards
International Interior Designers Association (IIDA) Northland Chapter is about people. They stand for the celebration of extraordinary commercial interior designers and excellence in design at the intersection of passion and strategy.
They connect and support a thriving global community of the most talented and forward-thinking Interior Design professionals, building on the past accomplishments of Interior Design leaders.
This year, IIDA will host its 16th Annual FAB Awards which recognizes and celebrates FRESH, ARTISTIC, and BRILLIANT Interior Design projects, innovative design solutions, and integrated industry teams who continue to redefine what design can be and do.
Energy Management Collaborative (EMC) Project
Our team was selected by Marc Nanne with JLL who led the site transaction of the phased Energy Management Collaborative (EMC) office project. Located in the Vicksburg Business Center in Plymouth, MN, our team worked alongside NTH, Inc. and bdh+young throughout the first phase.
This outstanding project has been recently nominated for a 2019 IIDA Northland FAB Award.
The entire project transaction is approximately 59,000 SF. Phase I of the project addressed a significant renovation to 40,000 square feet of space, which features leading edge technology conducive to retail and workplace environments.
Our team installed an energy management system that monitors, controls and optimizes the energy consumption. Motion sensor light fixture data is tracked and provides insight on traffic paths and usage.
The space is environmentally friendly with its 26 skylights that let in tons of natural light. A solar panel on the rooftop illuminates their main entrance signage; and the daylight harvesting, energy efficient HVAC unit and sensor activated faucets keep the place running in tip-top shape.
Phase II will be an expansion into an adjacent 17,000 square feet on the end of the building. This portion of the project will commence within the first few years of the lease.
Livio Health Group Project
Partnered with Kaas Wilson Architects, the interior space was completely made modern and displays an open concept to accommodate over 100 employees.
The 8,500 square foot drive-in vehicle storage has been a great space for Livio Health’s medical fleet. The remaining 21,000 square feet is dedicated to workspace stations, prayer room and conference rooms.