Minneapolis, MN

   RAND TOWER GARAGE RAMP photo 1

  • 589 stalls
  • 11 levels (3 below grade, 8 above grade)
  • Completely enclosed with ventilation and sprinklers systems
  • Two glass backed elevators
  • Two enclosed stair towers
  • Skyway connection through the garage
  • Display windows along the street
  • Rental storage space
  • Automatic vehicle identification
  • One entrance lane and two exit lanes
  • Closed circuit TV security system
  • Post-tensioned slab and beam construction with Microsilica concrete
  • Precast concrete and glass facade
  • Built between existing buildings on three sides

Construction Cost $10.5 million Construction Time 1 year – opened May 1999

Special Features

  • Removal and reconstruction of historical red stone facade
  • Loading dock service maintenance for adjoing buildings during construction
  • Temporary shoring of skyway and permanent support on new garage
  • Redirection of ventilation louvers from adjoining buildings
  • Constrained site

RAND TOWER GARAGE RAMP photo 2

Mission Statement


Effective control of a project's scope, budget and schedule and understanding the inter-relationship of these three elements largely determine the project's success and overall quality.

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