In June of 1989, Granger Construction completed building the new Michigan National Bank Administration Offices. Complete with mensard roofing and brick veneer, this project was finished in a mere nine months. Special coordination was required in designing and constructing the facility to preserve the natural resources located on the site. This is an issue of great importance to the owner. In addition to this, the office areas were specially designed to provide maximum leeway in office layout. Work areas can be adjusted to meet the changing demands of staff and workloads.

LOCATION:
Lansing, Michigan

COST:
$4.5 million

SQUARE FOOTAGE:
72,000

SERVICE:
Construction Management

START:
October 1988

COMPLETION:
June 1989

ARCHITECT:
Keystone Design Group