Who's Who in the Buildings Market 2006: The Opus Corp.

Sept. 7, 2006
The 2006 A List


The Opus Corp.
Minneapolis, MN
(952) 656-4444

With more than 50 years of experience, 1,400 employees in 28 offices, and a true integrated full-service offering of services (including its well-respected Opus Architects & Engineers entity), The Opus Corp. is renowned for its ability to customize projects based on complexity and need, as well as its unique design/build approach. Currently ranked among the “Top 10 Office Developers” by National Real Estate Investor magazine, Opus consistently ranks among the top development and construction firms in the nation, including Buildings’ The A List. Its current portfolio of 30.3 million square feet is comprised of space in office, shopping center, multi-family housing, government, and industrial buildings.

Now, it turns its expertise to green building. Responding to the needs of its government and commercial clients, Opus’ approach to its development of highly efficient buildings (using a number of measurement parameters, including the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® Green Building Rating System) incorporates energy-efficient mechanical systems, conservation-focused landscaping techniques, and low-emitting construction materials. With its long-established ability to create aesthetically pleasing structures as well, the industry is looking to Opus to create a number of green prototypes that can be modeled (and customized for clients) in the future.

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