Location: Minneapolis, MN
Completion Date: 2014
Budget: $72 Million
Opened to the public on May 17, 2014, Target Field Station (formerly known as ‘The Interchange’) will serve as a central, multi-modal transportation hub and community gathering space in downtown Minneapolis.
The project embodies the principles of Open Transit, which integrates all models of transit, is development oriented, focuses on architecture that can create iconic indoor and outdoor spaces, appeals to passengers, residents, office workers and visitors alike, as well as integrating culture with transit.
Working as an Associate Architect to EE&K a Perkins Eastman company (New York City, NY) and Knutson Construction, 4RM+ULA has been engaged to execute Building Code Research, Transit Station Platform Design, Interior Architecture, and Construction Adminstration services to facilitate the successful completion of this complex project on a tight urban site – and even tighter schedule.