St. Louis, Missouri
Financial Services Client
This new facility features state-of-the art technology and incorporates the goals of the client’s environmental sustainability strategy.
Clayco was the design-builder on this project, located on a 19-acre site in the Southwest corner of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The office building campus is located within the Interstate of Crossing Business Park situated at I-29 and I-229. CRG is developed the 19-acre site and Lamar Johnson Collaborative was the architect.
Construction of the new 150,000-square-foot, four story building began in April 2018 and was completed in August 2019.
To attract an engaged workforce in a competitive labor market, the facility features a free-address office landscape in which employees select from an array of environments based on their task and team. The flexible, forward-looking design offered the client the ability to balance rapidly changing needs with a desire to optimize wellness and sustainability.
The new facility features state-of-the art technology and incorporates the goals of the client’s environmental sustainability strategy.
|Location and Transportation||High connectivity and walkability to a number of diverse establishments including a child daycare center, a university, several apartments, and a gym.|
|Sustainable Sites||Employed sustainable and natural rainwater control mechanisms (native landscaping)|
|Water Efficiency||37.34% reduction from baseline for interior water use | 67% reduction from baseline for exterior water use | Overall, this office building will save 11,964,941 gallons of water per year|
|Energy and Atmosphere||Optimized building energy performance by 38% | Purchased Green Power and carbon credits to offset on-site energy production|
|Materials and Resources||Focus on using construction materials/finishes with Environmental Product Declarations, Health Product Declarations, products made from renewable/recycled material, etc.|
|Indoor Environmental Quality||Office space optimized for peak health and productivity | Use of low-VOC construction and finish materials to minimize health risk | Office design utilizing natural light and access to quality views|