A Stunning Office in the Historic Mill District

Greiner worked with longtime partners JLG to renovate their new offices in the historic Washburn A Mill. Built in 1874, the building is also home to the Mill City Museum and features unique elements to make this an unforgettable project.

JLG Architects

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At a Glance

Location: Minneapolis, MN

Size: 12,000 sf

Architect: JLG Architects

Scope of Work
  • Offices
  • Conference rooms with operable walls
  • Installation of central hub with custom millwork and charred black tongue-and-groove demountable walls
  • Carpet and polished concrete floors
  • Installation of multi-screen visual wall
  • glass-front huddle spaces with custom millwork
  • Relocation of restrooms
  • Kitchenette
  • Installation of acoustic ceiling tiles
  • Design-build mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems
Unique Space, Unique Challenges

JLG's vision for their headquarters required relocating the restrooms to the other side of the space. Greiner was able to reroute the pipework by accessing the ceiling space from the unit below. JLG's new location between corporate offices and senior residences offered limited hours for loud and disruptive work. As a result, the team was not able to get in a full day's work throughout the duration of the project. Nevertheless, this project was delivered on schedule and within budget.