LOUCKS ANNOUNCES REBRAND

It is with enthusiasm and excitement that we announce the Loucks rebrand!

Our new look and message more clearly articulates Loucks’ identity, culture, values, and expertise in a fresh and modern way. Our enhanced image complements our mission:

We inspire our clients to make the best use of their land.

The Loucks rebrand presents a vision that inspires clients and our industry to see our company in a new light and connect our image to the way we do business.

We do the ground work that makes your project more remarkable.

Hennepin County Medical Center’s $191M expansion

On March 16, 2015, Finance and Commerce revealed new images of the Hennepin County Medical Center’s $191M expansion in downtown Minneapolis. The project will meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design requirements with sustainable features related to energy use, stormwater management, and pedestrian and mass transit accessibility. Loucks multidisciplinary work on the project includes landscape architecture/master planning, civil engineering, and surveying. The project team includes BWBR, Mortenson, Ericksen Roed & Associates, Dunham, and Korbel Associates.
http://finance-commerce.com/2015/03/hcmc-plans-transparent-design-for-191m-expansion/#ixzz3Umn1x3VD

Loucks Welcomes Nate Ekhoff, RLA

Loucks is excited to announce that Nate Ekhoff has joined our team as a landscape architect and urban planner. A skilled designer, Nate has earned a strong reputation for creating memorable and dynamic public spaces.

Nate has nearly ten years of experience in the design of streetscapes, public plazas, urban developments, and parks and recreation facilities. His site planning skills and remarkable graphic abilities are an exciting addition to our growing landscape architecture discipline. Nate will be expanding our role in municipal design projects and strengthen our role as a premier multidisciplinary partner.

A-Mill Artist Lofts wins MSPBJ Best in Real Estate Award

A-Mill Artist Lofts, won the Adaptive Reuse Multifamily category at Thursday night’s MSPBJ Best in Real Estate award ceremony. The project involved a $156 million rehabilitation that converted the historic Pillsbury A-Mill into affordable space for artists to live and work. Project partners included Dominium, Weis Builders, and BKV Group.

 

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