RJM Construction transformed the former Macy’s store in downtown St. Paul into Treasure Island Center.
The project includes a mix of office and retail tenants, topped off by a 1,100-seat hockey practice facility.
The rooftop NHL-sized ice rink, named TRIA Rink, is the most distinctive feature of the building. Crews placed a 100,000-pound crane atop the roof to hoist structural steel, mechanical equipment and other supplies. This innovative idea saved the owner over $1 million and two months of scheduled time.
In addition to the core and shell renovations, RJM led tenant build-outs. These projects included space for the Minnesota Wild and Minnesota Housing Finance Agency. RJM also built a 6,000-square-foot orthopedic clinic for TRIA on the first floor of the building.