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Shakopee, Minnesota

Greystone Construction Office Building

A New Home for Greystone Construction

The Greystone Construction Office Building project is a two-story building with Class A finishes and was the first commercial development of a 13-acre site near Canterbury Park. The multi-tenant building designed by Tushie Montgomery Architects features a two-story glass atrium, floating staircase, modern stone and metal exterior, 30KW solar panel system, wood-wrapped clerestory, rooftop deck with views of the Canterbury race track, a lush garden with water features, and more. The design provides for incredible views, great exposure to the public, and sets a very high standard of quality for the entire development.

Quick Facts

  • Project Size: 27,659 Square Feet
  • Awards: ABC Eagle Award
  • Designed by: Tushie Montgomery Architects
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Greystone Construction Office Building Gallery

August 20, 2020: Site work is underway at the 13-acre site known as the S.W. Development of Canterbury Commons. Greystone's new office building will be located on the northeast corner of the rectangular plot. Note the close proximity to Canterbury Park and the race tracks.

Greystone Construction and Canterbury Park Developme Site

October 19, 2020: A ceremonial groundbreaking was held on a snowy afternoon, marking the start of construction on Greystone’s new company headquarters in the Canterbury Commons development in Shakopee, Minn. 

Greystone Construction Office Building Groundbreaking

December 31, 2020: Structural steel is being set. At the center is a beam signed by all Greystone team members.

Greystone Construction Office Building Structural Steel

July 12, 2021: An evening aerial view shows off the beauty of the building bathed in LED lighting.

Greystone Construction Office Building Exterior Lights

Greystone Construction Office Building Exterior

A 30KW solar panel system is installed on the south side of the building.

Greystone Construction Office Building - Solar Panels

The garden on the north side of the building is dedicated to Suzanne O'Brien, one of the founders of Greystone Construction. Suzanne passed away in 2019. This garden was designed to reflect Suzanne's strong faith, calming presence, and her playful nature -- these qualities were instrumental in guiding Greystone from a startup in 1987 to the company Greystone has become today.

Greystone Construction Office Building - Suzanne's Garden

Greystone Construction Office Building - Suzanne's Garden

The first floor of the atrium is inviting and warm with its glass curtain wall, white oak accents, and floating stairs.

Greystone Construction Office Building First Floor Lobby

The second floor of the atrium features a stunning light fixture and beautiful views of the surrounding landscape. Notice the hangar door raised over the entry into the Greystone reception area which is a functional reminder of Greystone's early history of building airplane hangars.

Greystone Construction Office Building Second Floor Atrium

A view of the atrium lighting from below.

Greystone Construction Office Building Atrium Lights

The reception area is open and inviting. The display on the left declares "our team is our foundation" and proudly shows a photo of every member of the Greystone team -- the display is designed to expand as our team grows.

Greystone Construction Office Building Reception

The Vision Room is an inspiring conference room that overlooks Canterbury Park and is often used for client meetings. The beautiful green boxwood wall is a product from Vickerman Companies – Greystone has built more than 200,000 SF of warehousing for Vickerman.

Greystone Construction Office Building Vision Room / Boardroom

The wood-wrapped clerestory is the spine of the building and leads visitors from the reception area through an open-concept work area including multiple "breakout" meeting spaces, two focus rooms, a mother's room, 20 cubicles, and 18 offices.

Greystone Construction Office Building Breakout

Another view of the hallway features a map showing the reach of Greystone Construction throughout the United States. The display is designed to change as Greystone breaks into new states.

Greystone Construction Office Building Hallway

The cubicles on the north side of the building face beautiful views of Canterbury Park. Every workstation throughout the space features ergonomic, powered sit-stand desks.

Greystone Construction Office Building Cubicles

Eight-foot-tall aluminum art panels line the hallway inspiring team members and keeping our core values top of mind. Our core values make up the acronym STRIVE: Safety, Teamwork, Relationships, Integrity, Versatility, and Excellence.

Greystone Construction Office Building - STRIVE artwork

The Double Down Room is a medium size conference room. The oversized wall art is a tribute to our neighbor, Canterbury Park.

Greystone Construction Office Building - Double Down Room

A photo gallery lines a hallway and displays the people and clients of Greystone since 1987.

Greystone Construction Office Building - Photo Gallery Wall

The Room of Excellence is where larger team meetings are held. A long bench offers greater seating capacity.

Greystone Construction Office Building - Room of Excellence Conference Room

The Greystone Taproom doubles as our lunch room and a fun, entertaining space. 

Greystone Construction Office Building Taproom

The Taproom bar designed by our VP of Construction Execution Brian Kreuser features a root beer and two rotating beers on tap the use Rahr Malting ingredients. Rahr is a client of 34+ years.

Greystone Construction Office Building Taproom

Greystone Construction Office Building Taproom Custom Bar Taps

Greystone Construction Office Building Taproom Custom Bar

July 22, 2021: Greystone CEO Kevin O’Brien addresses the team at the end of move-in day inside the Taproom.

Greystone Construction Office Building Taproom - Moving Day Toast

The Champions Deck is a great place for team members to gather. The second-floor deck overlooks Canterbury Park and features products from By the Yard, a client of Greystone that manufactures patio furniture made from recycled milk jugs.

Greystone Construction Office Building Champions Deck

I wanted to let you know what an amazing job the Greystone team did on your new corporate office building. It exceeded our expectations and truly reflects the quality and eloquence of a Class A office building. As you are aware when we developed the masterplan for this commercial area, we intended for your office building to set the quality standard for this development and for Canterbury Race Tracks future commercial development.

Gary Tushie, President, Tushie Montgomery Architects

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