This downtown facility consists of a 73,650 square-foot, three-story lab/office space with a mechanical penthouse on the roof and a partial basement containing locker rooms, firing range and mechanical and engineering rooms. The building accommodates on-site vehicle examinations and direct evidence delivery to the laboratory and unifies some investigative units that were previously scattered throughout the city.
The Minnesota State Capitol is Minnesota’s most famous landmark. Originally constructed in 1905, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A comprehensive restoration of both the interior and exterior is underway to address the needs of restoration, life safety, accessibility, asset preservation and long term functionality.
JE Dunn, in conjunction with PGAV Architects, recently completed a 369,000 SF mixed-used Lenexa Civic Center encompassing more than five acres to include new recreation components, civic components and public gathering spaces. The project resulted in four different public spaces across campus including City Hall with chamber and public market, the recreation center with an aquatic center including pools, water slides and a lazy river, an outdoor amphitheater and a 5-story 500-car parking garage. The project conception was citizen-led and has helped Lenexa visualize their dream of starting a new downtown in Lenexa.