Lysaker Wellness Center Lysaker Wellness Center
2016 - B3 Buildings, Benchmarks & Beyond
JLG Architects worked with the University of Minnesota on the UM Crookston Wellness Center. Located at the heart of campus and adjacent to the existing Lysaker Sports Center. The new $10.5 million, 38,000 square foot facility includes cardio and weights for the general student population and UMC staff, group fitness studio space, a multi-purpose recreational gym, a running track, and classroom sp ... Learn More about Lysaker Wellness Center
Sanford Moorhead Clinic Sanford Moorhead Clinic
2016 - Minnesota Physician Health Care Architecture Honor Roll
Sanford Health undertook a large effort to not only build a new, state of the art clinic in Moorhead, Minnesota, but took the opportunity to re-imagine how to deliver healthcare in the 21st century. This grand undertaking led to a new prototype for the Sanford Health Clinical Model, and the construction of a new 49,250 square foot, $11.2 million facility to serve the people of Moorhead and the ... Learn More about Sanford Moorhead Clinic
UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences
2016 - North Dakota Ready-Mix Concrete Association Gold Award
The UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences building, which received total funding of $122.45 million to be spread over two biennia (plus a reserve of $1.55 million held by the State Board of Higher Education), will incorporate, for the first time under one roof, all of the school's educational, service, and research programs, some of which have had to be housed in separate locations on the UND ... Learn More about UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences
UND Wilkerson Commons UND Wilkerson Commons
2016 - AIA North Dakota Honor Award
Originally constructed in the 1960s as the first free standing dining specific facility at UND, Wilkerson Hall serves more than 3,500 students daily. It will continue to be a key hub in the campus layout, providing seating for just over 650 in the main dining area and also necessary student services for the surrounding residence halls. By reducing the large open mess hall seating areas and conce ... Learn More about UND Wilkerson Commons
Williams County Highway Complex Williams County Highway Complex
2016 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
The Williams County Highway Complex is an 80,000 SF facility being built for the collaboration of multiple departments for Williams County. The project allows the Highway Department, Weed Control, and Vector control to all be in one cohesive building and site with the ability to share common spaces. This complex consists of office space, a training room and large meeting hall, conference rooms, c ... Learn More about Williams County Highway Complex
Alexandria High School Alexandria High School
2015 - Minnesota Contractors Association Project of the Year
2015 - CEFPI Project of Distinction
2015 - Finance & Commerce Top Project
The 280,000-square-foot high school features two 3-story academic wings that include 36 classrooms, 12 flexible learning spaces for small and large groups, science labs, technology/engineering lab, art rooms, a media center and special education classrooms. The facility boasts a new athletic field and stadium, an activities wing with a 3-station gymnasium, and a performing arts wing with dedicated ... Learn More about Alexandria High School
Hillside Aquatics Complex Hillside Aquatics Complex
2015 - NDRPA Golden Egg Award
Hillside Pool first opened in 1953, and offered open community/meeting room on the upper level and enclosed changing rooms for boy and girls on the lower level. This jewel of Lions Hillside Park was enjoyed by thousands of patrons and saw even greater use when large waterslide was added. However, by 2008, the slide had deteriorated and was removed. In addition, the building lacks accessibility, ... Learn More about Hillside Aquatics Complex
Living Word Lutheran Church Living Word Lutheran Church
2015 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
In order to provide for a new and growing congregation, the Living Word Lutheran Church in Alexandria, MN is constructing a new facility. JLG was directed to work towards a design that ‘exhibits a simple or modest geometry…characterized as traditional or of “country church” style. In order to meld the requirements of a modern church program with the image of a country church, the facility was ... Learn More about Living Word Lutheran Church
U of M Health Clinics and Surgery U of M Health Clinics and Surgery
2015 - Top Projects of 2015 Finance & Commerce
A new ambulatory care center for the University of Minnesota Physicians and Fairview Health Services is the first phase of future medical buildings being planned. Designed by Studio Five Architects prior to merging with JLG, Clinical program elements include an ambulatory surgery center, comprehensive cancer center, clinics of all varieties (transplant, cardio, medical specialties, surgical spe ... Learn More about U of M Health Clinics and Surgery
Herb Brooks National Hockey Center Herb Brooks National Hockey Center
2014 - American School & University Outstanding Design Athletic Facilities Category
The Herb Brooks National Hockey Center is primarily a hockey facility, featuring two Olympic size sheets of ice. The plan calls for enhancing the fan experience and converting the facility into a multipurpose venue. End seating will be added to expand the seating count from 6,000 seats to 7,000 seats. Twenty-four luxury suites will be added in addition to a new front entrance and atrium. The a ... Learn More about Herb Brooks National Hockey Center
Loretta Building Loretta Building
2015 - Marvin Windows Best Commercial Award
2014 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
Great buildings hold within them the stories of their past and opportunities for the future. The Loretta Building, located in the 200 block of historic downtown Fargo, is one such building that tells of the past through its location and the honest expression of its materials and open interior spaces. These features are the backdrop for welcoming and modern retail and office spaces that are fille ... Learn More about Loretta Building
NDSU Beef Research Center NDSU Beef Research Center
2014 - AIA North Dakota Juror's Choice Award
North Dakota has been and continues to be a place where the agriculture industry and specifically cattle ranching plays a major role in our economy. Our agricultural roots go back to the beginning of our states history and the beef industry is not only part of our economy, but also a part of our states culture and heritage. NDSU has always been a leader in agricultural research and education a ... Learn More about NDSU Beef Research Center
The Garage The Garage
2014 - AIA South Dakota Award Winner
Flexibility and productivity were the goals of Rapid City’s first co-working space's developer. The building to be developed was a historic property known as the Motor Service Company. Originally built in 1929, the Motor Service Company had a western art-deco showroom and a large garage for servicing cars. The showroom has been renovated to house two private office spaces, occupied by local and ... Learn More about The Garage
VCSU Rhoades Hall VCSU Rhoades Hall
2014 - American School & University Outstanding Design Specialized Facility Category
The Rhoades Science Center at Valley City State University needed to bring the 40-year old classroom and laboratory building into the 21st century and provide much-needed additional learning spaces. JLG worked with the University to develop a Pre-Design Plan that more than doubled the square footage of the building and helped secure State funding for the $9M project. Now in construction, the JLG ... Learn More about VCSU Rhoades Hall
Williston Area Recreation Center Williston Area Recreation Center
2014 - Star Fund Project of the Year
2014 - NDRPA Golden Egg Award
2014 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
Following a comprehensive JLG-led feasibility study, the rapidly-growing community of Williston, North Dakota is now home to a 5-acre community recreation center located on the campus of Williston State University. It is the largest park district-owned indoor recreation center in the country. AQUATICS The aquatics center contains a water park with water slides, a lazy river, zero-entry splash ... Learn More about Williston Area Recreation Center
GFK Byron Dorgan Terminal GFK Byron Dorgan Terminal
2013 - LEED Silver 1 of 5 LEED Silver US Airports
2012 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
Designed for efficiency, improved circulation, and future expansion, the new Grand Forks International Terminal offers a comfortable traveling environment within a "Wow Factor" showpiece for the State. Located on a new site, the two-level terminal provides two gates capable of boarding aircraft from the Saab SF340A to the Boeing B757-300 through a passenger bridge with access to all planes, includ ... Learn More about GFK Byron Dorgan Terminal
Grand Forks Central High Grand Forks Central High
2013 - AIA North Dakota Honor Award
Built in 1882, Grand Forks Central High School has seen generation upon generation of students pass through its hallways as the city around it has grown and changed. And Central has changed with it; growing gracefully over the years. JLG has worked for Central High School a number of times over the past 20 years, on projects such as renovations to the original building (1917) and auditorium (1 ... Learn More about Grand Forks Central High
Mayville State Science-Library Mayville State Science-Library
2013 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
Founded in 1889 as one of North Dakota’s original colleges, Mayville State University boasts a 98.7% job/graduate studies placement after students pass through its storied halls. However, while the educational programs exceed the expectations of the school’s future graduates, years of deferred maintenance have left several of the buildings in disrepair, and so Mayville State is experiencing a maj ... Learn More about Mayville State Science-Library
UND Gorecki Alumni Center UND Gorecki Alumni Center
2015 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
2014 - American School & University Citation Post-Secondary Category
2013 - LEED Platinum First LEED Platinum building in North Dakota
The University of North Dakota Alumni and Foundation Center are now located in a state-of-the-art facility. Its new location is prominently viewed from University Avenue with beautiful views and access to the English Coulee. At approximately 30,000 s.f., the new building houses development, alumni services and administration functions in addition to a 200-seat ballroom and conference facilities. ... Learn More about UND Gorecki Alumni Center
WSC Frontier Hall WSC Frontier Hall
2013 - AIA North Dakota Juror's Choice Award
In 2010, the city of Williston, North Dakota boomed. The discovery of oil brought with it great opportunity, wealth…and a massive housing shortage as workers poured into the area in search of black gold. With the population growing at an astounding 13.4%, residents - including students at Williston State College - were being forced to sleep in shifts in the few apartment complexes available in t ... Learn More about WSC Frontier Hall
Camp Hancock Locomotive Shelter Camp Hancock Locomotive Shelter
2012 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
In 1864, the Northern Pacific Railway Company was chartered by Congress to build a line that would connect the Great Lakes to the Pacific Ocean. In 1872, Camp Hancock was established in the North Dakota heartland in order to protect the line and laborers of the fast-approaching railway. The settlement that grew around this outpost is known today as Bismarck, North Dakota. The railroad has always b ... Learn More about Camp Hancock Locomotive Shelter
Mallview Apartments Mallview Apartments
2012 - North Dakota Ready-Mix Concrete Association Gold Award
Located on a previously undeveloped outlot near Grand Forks’ regional shopping center, Mallview apartments attracts a unique clientele to the site- permanent residents. The complex consists of two four-story frame buildings with a total of 98 dwelling units. Two below-grade garages provide enclosed parking for residents, while additional surface parking is located within a courtyard. Market forces ... Learn More about Mallview Apartments
Thief River Falls Regional Airport IFL Hangar Thief River Falls Regional Airport IFL Hangar
2012 - American Buildings Company Excellence in Design Award
The Thief River Falls Regional Airport supports a manufacturing base of over 10,000 hardworking Minnesotans who depend upon a timely delivery system to keep their businesses running. A new multi-purpose hangar was designed to increase the efficiency of this delivery system by providing a necessary hub for the surrounding communities. The heated hangar provides all-weather storage maintenance a ... Learn More about Thief River Falls Regional Airport IFL Hangar
Alerus Center Convention Center Alerus Center Convention Center
2011 - AIA North Dakota Juror's Choice Award
The Alerus Center Stadium is a multipurpose indoor facility with seating capacities of up to 22,500. It is designed for football, basketball and hockey and is the only regulation indoor soccer surface between Seattle and Minneapolis. The Convention Center includes 14 meeting rooms, an exhibition hall and ballroom of 30,000 sq.ft., prefunction spaces and a full serving kitchen. The meeting rooms ... Learn More about Alerus Center Convention Center
JLG Fargo Office JLG Fargo Office
2011 - AIA North Dakota Honor Award
This office space is located downtown Fargo, so it was important to make the entrance visually engaging to traffic, it was also important to introduce natural light deep into the long and narrow space. Fortunately, a pair of tall double-hung windows in the back wall were uncovered during the remodeling process and were restored. The wall separating the conference room from the rest of the office w ... Learn More about JLG Fargo Office
NDSCS Horton Hall NDSCS Horton Hall
2011 - LEED Certified Green Building Certification
JLG completely renovated a 75-year old historic classroom building on the campus of North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, North Dakota. The existing 53,000 sf structure was constructed in three separate projects over a span of 11 years between 1928 through 1939. The building was originally designed to house mechanical trades, and was built using very durable materials. Offices and ... Learn More about NDSCS Horton Hall
UM Morris Research Center UM Morris Research Center
2011 - LEED Silver U.S. Green Building Council
University of Minnesota’s West Central Research and Outreach Center expanded their administrative facility to include the Renewable Energy Center. The Center conducts research and education to instill renewable energy practices into public practice. The goal of the facility was to become a living experiment for green building practices and renewable energy research. Some of the green features o ... Learn More about UM Morris Research Center
Bonanzaville Interpretive Center Bonanzaville Interpretive Center
2010 - AIA North Dakota Unbuilt Award
The new Northern Plains History Center at Bonanzaville will transform the Cass County Historical Society's 12 acre site into a regional educational resource, encouraging visitors of all ages to understand and appreciate the rich history of America's Northern plains. To create a 21st century visitor destination and museum facility, leadership of the Historical Society is undertaking a two-phase $12 ... Learn More about Bonanzaville Interpretive Center
Chateau Interpretive Center Chateau Interpretive Center
2010 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
The Chateau de Mores is the State Historical Site for the summer home of the Marquis de Mores, a French aristocrat and his east coast socialite bride, Medora. Built in 1883, the 26-room home was dubbed “The Chateau” and housed many influential and famous guests. The Interpretive Center - built below The Chateau by the State Park Service in the 1970’s - had fallen into disrepair and was inadequa ... Learn More about Chateau Interpretive Center
Black Gold Black Gold
2009 - LEED Gold U.S. Green Building Council
Black Gold Farms is a multi-generation, family owned organization firmly planted in North Dakota’s Red River Valley. It has been around for more than 80 years and has evolved into a global potato production, sales and service company, and industry leader. In fact, they are the nation’s largest supplier of chip potatoes. Black Gold recently made the decision to build a new Corporate Headquarters ... Learn More about Black Gold
GFK Flight Support GFK Flight Support
2009 - AIA North Dakota Honor Award
After occupying an unexceptional for many years, Grand Forks Flight Support decided to build a new, state-of-the-art, modern Fixed Base Operator (FBO) facility at Grand Forks International Airport. The new facility is the sustainable-designed, five-star flight support center. Services include a 22,500 sf indoor hangar, aircraft maintenance, parking, aircraft rental/charter, full-line services, and ... Learn More about GFK Flight Support
Phoenix Parkside Phoenix Parkside
2009 - DECI Development of the Year
The Phoenix Park Neighborhood revitalizes what was formerly the dilapidated North Barstow District, and has set the stage for a much-anticipated, large-scale downtown upgrade in a popular area known for its outdoor riverside concerts, bike trails, and Farmer’s Market. The building includes 33 one-and two-bedroom apartments units with first floor retail and underground parking that frees on-street ... Learn More about Phoenix Parkside
Amity Technology Amity Technology
2008 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
The leading manufacturer of sugar beet harvesting equipment in North America, Amity Technology, founded in 1996, follows in the proud tradition of a family that has been involved in manufacturing in North Dakota for more than 50 years, leading companies like Melroe, Steiger, and Concord. Amity’s 43,000 ft2 facility provides custom manufacturing in addition to harvesting equipment, and the company’ ... Learn More about Amity Technology
Cascade Creek Apartments Cascade Creek Apartments
2011 - CUDE Award (Committee on Urban Design and Environment)
2008 - LEED Silver Homes Certification
Located in the historic Kutzky Park district in Rochester, MN near Mayo Clinic and the citywide bike path, the Cascade Creek Apartments bring much-needed affordable housing as a part of an overall reclamation master plan to update and invigorate the area. With 40 apartment units, first-floor commercial space and an outdoor playground, Cascade Creek creates neighborhood infrastructure while usin ... Learn More about Cascade Creek Apartments
Devils Lake Airport Rescue & Firefighting Building Devils Lake Airport Rescue & Firefighting Building
2008 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
Designed the compliment the nearby air passenger terminal (also by JLG), the Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Building (ARFF) houses the Devils Lake Airport’s fire station and snow removal equipment. The 5,800 sf building relocated these functions to provide quick response to all areas of the airport. Accessory spaces include shower facilities, training room and a day lounge. The exterior, a combi ... Learn More about Devils Lake Airport Rescue & Firefighting Building
Hopper-Danley Memorial Chapel Hopper-Danley Memorial Chapel
2008 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
The Hopper-Danley Memorial Center is located in the heart of the University of North Dakota campus. Its purpose is to serve as an interfaith chapel for the student body and staff of UND. With its iconic massing and simple detailing, the Center strives to evoke the memories and references of our faith roots while providing an unbiased atmosphere that is welcoming to all. The siting of the Center ... Learn More about Hopper-Danley Memorial Chapel
2008 - ND Ready-Mix Excellence in Concrete
The SGC Center is a new type of housing whereby private developers build student housing and lease space to a college or university. This mixed-use project contains 27,500 sf of retail space (including a campus bookstore and cafe), 75 apartment units and 75 underground parking spaces. It is designed in a collegiate style to relate to the nearby North Dakota State University campus. The apartme ... Learn More about NDSU SGC Center
North Face North Face
2008 - AIA Minnesota Merit Award
2008 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
Since the 1800s, the Uptown area of Minneapolis has been home to a wide range of activities. Settlement from Minneapolis moved outward in the 1870s. Rapid development in Uptown began in the late 1890s and into the early 1900s, as electric streetcars and the real estate speculation drove outward from the city core ‒ many of the buildings in Uptown date from this period. Uptown is a mix of variou ... Learn More about North Face
Our Lady of the Lake Church Our Lady of the Lake Church
2008 - AIA North Dakota Unbuilt Award
JLG Architects was commissioned as part of a design/build effort to assist Our Lady of the Lake parish in Battle Lake, MN, with the programming, design, and construction of a new sanctuary, fellowship spaces, administration areas and religious education facilities to replace their existing 5,000 sf pre-manufactured metal building. The Church includes a new sanctuary to seat 530 in the main space, ... Learn More about Our Lady of the Lake Church
Summit Avenue Doublehouse Summit Avenue Doublehouse
2008 - St. Paul Heritage Preservation Award
The Lightner-Young Doublehouse, begun in 1886, was Cass Gilbert’s first commission on Summit Avenue in St. Paul. The response was a stone complex of rock-faced jasper, two homes distinct but compatible, seamed by a common wall, in the style loosely known today as Richardsonian Romanesque. In the latter part of the 20th Century, the mansion was carved into multiple rental units and had recently f ... Learn More about Summit Avenue Doublehouse
UND University Place UND University Place
2008 - Education Design Honorable Mention
After an extensive housing study that examined the current and future housing needs for the campus, JLG designed University Place, a University of North Dakota housing project, provides a new campus quadrangle of housing on the west side along University Avenue. The residence hall was designed to elevate the entire housing mix for the University by bringing new amenities, services and architectura ... Learn More about UND University Place
ACME Tools ACME Tools
2007 - AIA North Dakota Honor Award
2001 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
2001 - Chamber City Beautification Award
Starting with an initial prototype and developing into dozens of projects, JLG has proudly spent the last 27 years growing alongside ACME Tools. When the retail giant had stretched their current office facilities to the max, they called on JLG to help them prepare for the next 27 years – by creating a headquarters that would attract top talent, increase efficiency of current employees, and bring ... Learn More about ACME Tools
Canad Inns Destination Center Canad Inns Destination Center
2007 - AIA North Dakota Honor Award
2007 - ND Concrete Products Award
The Canad Inns is a 220,000 square foot, 192-room hotel located adjacent to the Alerus Center, Grand Forks’ indoor arena/convention center. As the Canadian hotel chain’s first facility in the United States, portraying the company’s avant-garde up-and-coming image was a primary of the design challenge. The program for the hotel consists of guest rooms, administration areas, a water park, three ... Learn More about Canad Inns Destination Center
Devils Lake Air Terminal Devils Lake Air Terminal
2007 - AIA North Dakota Best of Show Award
The Devils Lake Airport replaced their existing terminal with a new 5,600-square foot facility designed to meet the community’s growing air transportation needs while also accommodating the new security requirements in the air travel industry. The new passenger terminal reflects the heritage of flight with its aerodynamic roofline and exposed cable/strut structural system. The goal of the de ... Learn More about Devils Lake Air Terminal
Opera House Lofts Opera House Lofts
2007 - AIA North Dakota Honor Award
The Metropolitan Opera house was constructed in 1891 as the premiere entertainment venue of its time. It was known as the finest Opera House between Minneapolis & Seattle. The land for the project was donated by the Great Northern Railroad’s James J. Hill to a local investment group, headed by Alexander Griggs and E.J. Lander, who put up the $91,000 to construct the building. The Met as it became ... Learn More about Opera House Lofts
Riverwood Pines Riverwood Pines
2007 - Minnesota Preservation Award
The renovation of the Our Lady of the Angels Academy converts a historic parochial boarding school into modern apartments with historic character. The project includes 24 units that are marketed to seniors. An attached stage area and gym space were transformed into a community gathering space and enclosed parking facilities, respectively. The project incorporates funding from the Central Minnes ... Learn More about Riverwood Pines
The Alerus Center The Alerus Center
2007 - Prime Site Award of Excellence
2000 - Mayor's Barrier Free Design Award
The Alerus Center Stadium is a multipurpose indoor facility with seating capacities of up to 22,500. It is designed for football, basketball and hockey and is the only regulation indoor soccer surface between Seattle and Minneapolis. The flexible seating systems provide an assortment of seating options capable of “scaling the house” to create an intimate environment regardless of the seating size. ... Learn More about The Alerus Center
Joint Operations Center Joint Operations Center
2006 - AIA North Dakota Honor Award
The State of Minnesota combined the regional facility needs for four departments into one shared headquarters. State Highway Patrol, MnDOT, DNR, and Pennington County now share headquarters, training facilities, vehicular maintenance, and storage all under one roof. The addition to the existing County shop more than quadruples the existing structure from 13,260 square feet to 63,371 square feet. ... Learn More about Joint Operations Center
Roberts Street Chaplet Roberts Street Chaplet
2006 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
The Chaplet was commissioned by an artist interested in creating a spiritual, meditative space where she would create a painting in response to the particular qualities of space and light. The elemental form of gable roof on a simple rectangle is intended as something between a small temple and a simple farm building such as a granary. Steel post-and-beam construction, along with the gridded tr ... Learn More about Roberts Street Chaplet
Waldorf Flats Waldorf Flats
2006 - St. Paul Heritage Preservation Award
2006 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
The Waldorf Apartments, located on St. Paul’s historic Summit Avenue, was converted to upscale condominium flats, restored to the building’s original historic character. The flats range from 749 s.f. to 2,395 s.f. and feature hardwood floors, high ceilings, dramatic kitchens and restored face brick in the classical building preserving its columns, large porch balustrade, sculptural stonework, carv ... Learn More about Waldorf Flats
Library Square Apartments Library Square Apartments
2005 - ND Housing Finance Production Award
This 44-unit senior housing complex located on a vacant site in downtown Mandan, North Dakota is designed to fit the urban context and relate to the historic city library located next door. The four levels provide a mix of community spaces and amenities and a mix of one and two bedroom units. Ease of access, location to city services and a comfortable palette of materials will make this a desir ... Learn More about Library Square Apartments
NDSU Langdon Research Center NDSU Langdon Research Center
2004 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
The NDSU Vic Sturlaugson Research Center contains six offices for researchers, a library and conference room, employee break room, a large meeting room to accommodate up to 180 local farmers at one time, a working/teaching kitchen and a computer lab with 20 individual stations. The facility is heavily used by the Langdon Community. The conference room is wired to link to the NDSU teleconferenc ... Learn More about NDSU Langdon Research Center
North Star Electric North Star Electric
2004 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
North Star Electric had outgrown their facility built in the early 1960’s in Baudette Minnesota. Their desire to build a new facility with lots of “elbow room" led to the purchase of a 50 acre site and a new facility located on the US/Canadian border. The design goal was to create a facility that reflects North Star’s product - electricity. To this end the building design is clean, efficient, warm ... Learn More about North Star Electric
Grand Forks Transit Center Grand Forks Transit Center
2002 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
The Metro Transit Center was created to provide a safe and sheltered place for the public to purchase bus tickets, wait for transportation, and transfer between routes. The site chosen by the City was a wedge-shaped corner property next to a 400-stall parking garage/100,000 s.f., corporate office building in the heart of the downtown. Seeking to reinforce and fill-out the wedge-shaped site, the ... Learn More about Grand Forks Transit Center
King’s Walk Clubhouse King’s Walk Clubhouse
2002 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
The King’s Walk Golf Course, designed by Arnold Palmer, utilizes native grasses and rolling knolls to evoke a prairie feel. The clubhouse responds to the character of the course through the use of vernacular forms and is clad in materials familiar to the region’s countryside. Lap siding, simple roof planes, and fieldstone base, both tie to the prairie and at the same time come together to crea ... Learn More about King’s Walk Clubhouse
Reed River Trading Company Reed River Trading Company
2002 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
The Reed River Trading Company is a mixed-use venture located in an old Land-O-Lakes drying plant in Roseau, MN. The building contains 1000 sf of retail, a 5,000 sf exhibit space for Polaris Industries, and 7,000 sf of upscale restaurant. The building appears much the same as it did at the height of the dairy operation, drawing on the existing cream-colored glazed wall tiles, red quarry tile floor ... Learn More about Reed River Trading Company
Alerus Financial Alerus Financial
2001 - AIA North Dakota Merit Award
2001 - AIA North Dakota Honor Award
The fire and flood of 1997 provided Alerus Financial Services with the opportunity to establish a new corporate image. The desire to deviate from “traditional banking” and present their financial institution as leaders in banking technology. The resulting design showcases these features yet provides the visual and acoustical privacy required. The curving stair in the bank’s center provides the ... Learn More about Alerus Financial
Grand Forks Corporate Center Grand Forks Corporate Center
2001 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
2000 - Mayors Barrier-Free Design Award
On April 18, 1997 the swollen Red River of the North broke its banks and flooded Grand Forks, ND. Within hours, a catastrophic fire erupted, burning 11 buildings in the old downtown. The disaster unfolded on national newscasts. Firefighters worked against racing, waist deep flood waters to stop the flames. When the flood receded the city had endured the largest per capita disaster in U.S. history. ... Learn More about Grand Forks Corporate Center
Win-E-Mac School Win-E-Mac School
2000 - National School Boards Association
The Win-E-Mac School resulted from consolidation of three independent Minnesota School Districts - Winger, Erskine & McIntosh - and passed a successful bond vote. JLG performed a facilities and educational analysis for the district which revealed an excellent educational delivery system located in antiquated and code deficient buildings. The new facility is centrally located at the intersectio ... Learn More about Win-E-Mac School
Streiff Sporting Goods Streiff Sporting Goods
1999 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
A new owner wished to relocate a well established archery and gun sporting goods store from a remote, isolated site to a more visible and accessible location. The owners criteria was “a store for hunters” that would be interesting, warm, inviting, down to earth and built for $50.00/sf. The 8,000 square foot log building features an exposed scissor truss roof structure. The interior has two offi ... Learn More about Streiff Sporting Goods
Grand Forks CVB Grand Forks CVB
1995 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
The Visitor Center is designed to express the relationship between East Grand Forks and Grand Forks and their connections via bridges along the Red River. The structure is designed to attract visitors and once stimulated, to give them the experience of walking through or across a bridge, providing a visual image that is both historical, futuristic and hopefully creating a unique impression of t ... Learn More about Grand Forks CVB
Happy Harry’s Bottle Shop Happy Harry’s Bottle Shop
1999 - Chamber Special Achievement Award
1995 - Chamber City Beautification Award
1994 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
The Happy Harry’s store is designed to represent a barn and elevator, placing it in harmony with the traditional architectural forms of the North Dakota prairie. The barn houses wide-open, flexible space that offers a variety of display options. The elevator creates a significant entry space as well as a place for the large company sign. Inside, the loft contains administrative offices and meet ... Learn More about Happy Harry’s Bottle Shop
Subway Subway
1992 - ND Concrete Excellence Award
The Subway restaurant on South Columbia Road in Grand Forks is one of three stores JLG has completed for the Subway chain. The store on Columbia Road in Grand Forks borrows the bright corporate colors and contemporary image of the company in its design. Backlit canopies, entry tower, flags and neon lighting all combine to create a fun, inviting character for the small retail sandwich store. The ... Learn More about Subway
FedEx Northlands District FedEx Northlands District
1991 - ND Concrete Excellence Award
JLG Architects began work for Federal Express in 1991 with the Grand Forks Air Cargo Terminal, and the nationwide air cargo corporation has since retained JLG for its air-to-ground facilities in its Northlands District, which includes the states of Minnesota, South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota and Wisconsin. The cargo facility serves as the terminal for the entire state of North Dakota ... Learn More about FedEx Northlands District
ND Museum of Art ND Museum of Art
1990 - AIA North Dakota Design Award
Constructed in 1907 as the original campus gymnasium for the University of North Dakota, the North Dakota Museum of Art renovated its space to become the State's official art museum. A central mezzanine was added across the gym floor to expand exhibition space and create necessary support functions. Remodeling included space for assembling exhibits, and storage for the museum's permanent collec ... Learn More about ND Museum of Art