Ryan Companies US, Inc. Accepts the 1999 National Design-Build Institute of America Award.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Ryan Companies US, Inc., is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the 1999 National Design-Build Institute of America Award for Best Public Project Over $15 Million, for its construction of the Minnesota Department of Revenue building. A panel of experts from across the country judged the submitted projects and chose one top award winner for each of the nine categories. The 1999 National Design-Build Institute of America Award for Best Public Project Over $15 Million, was presented to Robert Goodpaster, Vice President of Ryan Companies, at the Design-Build Institute of America Awards Banquet on October 14, 1999 in Dallas, Texas “Dallas” redirects here. For other uses, see Dallas (disambiguation).
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The Minnesota Department of Revenue building project, the State of Minnesota's first design-build project, was selected for the award because Ryan successfully achieved the State of Minnesota's project goals. The criteria for the award was based on the design-build process, performance, architecture, risk management and problem solving problem solving
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The State of Minnesota was seeking a fast track, design-build project to provide new space to meet Department of Revenue and Capitol Area Architectural Board requirements. Ryan Companies completed the $77,443,000 design-build project ahead of the ambitious 16-month schedule and the building was fully occupied 2 weeks earlier than the deadline. In applying the design-build process, Ryan guaranteed the design, schedule and price of the project from start to finish. "Though the State had never utilized design-build, it realized it could not meet it's schedule with the traditional "plan and spec" method of construction," said Patrick Ryan Patrick Ryan may refer to:
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See : Bravery , Minn., the Minnesota Department of Revenue building, serves as a gateway between the Minnesota State Capitol The Minnesota State Capitol is located in Minnesota's capital city, Saint Paul, and houses the Minnesota Senate, Minnesota House of Representatives, the Office of the Attorney General and the Office of the Governor. and downtown St. Paul. Completed in September 1998, the Department of Revenue project is a 385,000 square foot building, which is divided into two basic areas -- a larger four-story secure office area and a two-story public service and conference area. The building's exterior is a highly detailed architectural precast system with deepest reveals, sills, cornices and various textures all working together to give depth and quality to the building exterior.
Ryan partnered with Hammel Green and Abrahamson, Inc. (HGA HGA High-Gain Antenna
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Ryan Companies US, Inc. is a Minneapolis-based firm, offering design-build, development and property management services. Ryan has offices located in Minneapolis, Minn.; Chicago, Ill.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Fort Wayne, Ind.