American Academy of Neurology / MinneapolisMN
How do relocate a corporate campus to supporta growing network of 26,000 members?

Having outgrown its headquarters in St. Paul, the American Academy of Neurology set out to build a new global headquarters. Built on one of the last undeveloped sites in the historic Mill City District, the new 63,000 square foot, 5-story building is home to 140 employees. The location is ideal due to nearby light rail transit, hotels, restaurants, and theaters, all within walking distance. It also provides much-needed conference and boardroom space for its 26,000 members that visit from around the world. The contemporary architecture of the building features Minnesota limestone, installed by Mortenson masonry crews, Cor-Ten Steel, and a sensory garden. Mortenson completed the project on time and on budget and also helped track specific points to assist in achieving LEED Certification. 

- Achieved LEED Certification
- New space supports a growing network of 26,000 members

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American Academy of Neurology

Completed April 2012

62,000 square feet

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