Project Profile | RJM Construction completes renovations at Accenture Tower

November 30, 2012 at 8:20 am

Accenture Tower receptionAccenture Tower, the 31-story office tower in downtown Minneapolis, recently underwent 41,000 sq. ft. of renovation to its multipurpose space on the 17th and 18th floors. General contractor RJM Construction completed the interior build out in November 2012 with architect HGA and property manager CBRE.

The seven-month renovation project focused on creating collaborative and flexible workspace within the Accenture Accenture Towerspace and included newly-designed hoteling areas and team rooms, modernized conference rooms with innovative furniture and the latest technology. To create the multipurpose rooms, the project team utilized a system of vertically folding walls and moveable walls.
 
A 650,000 sq. ft. tower developed by CBRE Investors and Lincoln Property, Accenture Tower is connected via skyway to the 701 Building and the Campbell Mithun Tower. More at www.accenturetower.com.

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