Consumers Energy chose Granger Construction to design/build a 12-story corporate headquarters integrated behind the restoration/renovation of a historic U.S. Postal Service Building which serves as the grand entry showpiece to the corporate headquarters and also houses conference and food service facilities.

This 395,000 SF facility located along a major river in downtown Jackson won several state and national awards for its design and construction elements as well as for achievements in historic rehabilitation and preservation, environmental stewardship and outstanding partnering between Consumers, Granger and Granger’s design team.

Consumers Energy chose Granger Construction to design/build a 12-story corporate headquarters integrated behind the restoration/renovation of a historic U.S. Postal Service Building which serves as the grand entry showpiece to the corporate headquarters and also houses conference and food service facilities.

This 395,000 SF facility located along a major river in downtown Jackson won several state and national awards for its design and construction elements as well as for achievements in historic rehabilitation and preservation, environmental stewardship and outstanding partnering between Consumers, Granger and Granger’s design team.

Serving as beautiful bookends on this brownfield site are two City of Jackson Parking Structures with a total of 1,040 spaces, also constructed by Granger at an additional value of $13.6 million.

Granger pulled this whole development together with the Consumers Energy and City of Jackson integrating these projects seamlessly to create a crown jewel in the heart of the city.

Project Awards:

  • 2004 Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation
  • 2004 Governor’s Environmental Award
  • 2003 AGC Build America Award
  • AGC of America Marvin M. Black Partnering Award
  • 2003 AGC Build Michigan Award
  • 2004 ESD Outstanding Achievement Award

Commercial

Consumers Energy Corporate Headquarters and Historic Post Office Renovation

COST:
$63.8 million

SQUARE FOOTAGE:
395,000

SERVICE:
Design-Build

START:
March 2001

COMPLETION:
June 2003

ARCHITECT:
Neumann/Smith Architecture
FTC&H