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  SNG CenterSNG Center


JLG Architects
214 Broadway, Fargo, ND 58102

General Description

Location: Fargo, North Dakota
Date Bid: Apr 2007
Construction Period: Apr 2007 to July 2008
Total Square Feet: 143,860 Site: 2.65 acres.
Number of Buildings: One.
Building Size: Garage, 28,742; first floor, 28,742; second floor through fourth floor, 28,792; total, 143,860 square feet.
Building Height: Garage, 9’7”; first floor, 13’; second floor, 9’8”; each additional floor, 9’8”; total, 69’7”.
Basic Construction Type: Post-tension concrete & steel.
Foundation: Cast-in-place. Exterior Walls: Brick, metal panel. Roof: Asphalt shingles. Floors: Concrete. Interior Walls: Wood stud drywall.

Construction Team

Structural Engineer: BKBM - 5930 Brooklyn Boulevard, Minneapolis, MN 55429
General Contractor & Cost Estimator: Roers Construction - 200 45th Street South, Fargo, ND 58103
Electrical Engineer: LKA Engineers - 302 University Drive North, Fargo, ND 58102
Mechanical Engineer: Manning Mechnical (Retail) - 2012 Great Northern Dr. North, Fargo, ND 58102
Mechanical Engineer: Custom Aire (Residential) - 1318 12th Ave. South, Grand Forks, ND 58201

The SNG Center is a mixed-use project that contains 75 apartment units, 27,500 square feet of retail space, and 75 underground parking spaces.

The project is designed in a collegiate style to relate to the nearby North Dakota State University campus. The apartment units are designed with large expanses of windows, high ceilings, and exposed ductwork to appeal to the prospective tenants, who are expected to be NDSU faculty and students.

The scale of the large complex was reduced by breaking the building into two parts that are connected by a "bridge" on the upper levels. Two towers mark the corners and give the project its North Fargo identity.


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