Posts Categorized: Technology Systems


Boy Scouts of America Leadership Center

Peter J. King Family Foundation Leadership Center, is a new building for the Northern Star Council Boy Scouts of America. The new 42,000 square foot facility offers additional, focused learning through leadership experiences. This will include an enhanced-reality Leadership Lab featuring a “Leadership Chamber Room” offering an immersive experience; outdoor climbing tower and an expanded

Minneapolis City Hall

The Municipal Building Commission (MBC) is charged with the care and custody of the Minneapolis City Hall and Hennepin County Courthouse and is owned jointly by both. Among many other renovations being completed in the Minneapolis City Hall, Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) was brought on board to assist in a critical power upgrade to the

Medtronic

Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) has completed full MEP engineering and fire protection design service projects across many of Medtronic’s campuses across the nation. MCE has completed over 70 projects and many more currently in design and construction. Projects range from across the continental United States and extend into Puerto Rico. Projects range from data center

North End Event Center

The Minnesota State Fair hosts more than two million visitors in less than two weeks. An addition to the fairgrounds was The North End Event Center, which is a stunning brand-new centerpiece of the redeveloped north end of the fairgrounds. This event center houses a 12,000 square foot state-of-the-art exhibit hall that will be the

Graco

Recently, a manufacturing client experiencing accelerating growth asked Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) to design mechanical and electrical systems for a major expansion and remodel of an existing building. The completed building would primarily consist of high-bay research and development and manufacturing space that includes automated testing, production lines and assembly equipment. MCE designed the mechanical

University Enterprise Laboratories

Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) provided mechanical and electrical engineering services to University Enterprise Labs (UEL) in St. Paul, Minnesota, transforming a warehouse into a collaborative research center including lab and office space for bioscience start-ups. This flexible research center provides start-ups with the necessary space and facilities needed to advance their success. The mechanical HVAC

Calyxt

Calyxt Inc., headquartered in Roseville, Minnesota, is a food and agriculture focused company that specializes in using gene editing to deliver healthier food ingredients.  Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) provided mechanical and electrical engineering services for a new campus that included spaces for office, greenhouse, research and development, laboratories, and an interactive demonstration kitchen for its

Eau Claire City Hall

The Eau Claire City Hall and Complex, located in the center of downtown Eau Claire, comprises the original City Hall building, former City Library building, and the central Fire Department. Represented on the National Register for Historic Buildings, this important site presented the unique challenge of total fire alarm system upgrade coupled with historic preservation.

Mortenson Innovation Center

Michaud Cooley Erickson performed MEFP design on Mortenson Construction’s Innovation Center. The project was a 4,000 sf space within their headquarters building designed to showcase the companies innovations to clients. The space needed to be flexible yet stand out as a very aesthetically pleasing space. Additionally, the space had to incorporate dozens of technologies that

Plant Growth Research Facility

Located on the University of Minnesota St. Paul campus, the Plant Growth Research Facility includes a headhouse working area, greenhouses, classrooms, containment greenhouses, and controlled environment growth chambers. Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) provided mechanical, electrical, fire protection, plumbing, technology systems and energy modeling services for the mechanical and electrical infrastructure serving the new greenhouse. The