Microsoft’s massive campus refresh starts later this year, as tech giant picks architects and contractors for the job

Microsoft is one step closer to getting underway with the sweeping refresh of its Redmond, Wash. headquarters campus, with construction set to start later this year.

The tech giant this week selected the team of architects, contractors and other firms that will help Microsoft build out the campus redevelopment, which includes knocking down a dozen iconic original buildings and replacing them with 18 new structures that will make room for 8,000 additional workers.

Here is the list of companies Microsoft is working with on the redevelopment project: architects LMNNBBJWRNS Studio and ZGF Architects; general contractors SkanskaBalfour BeattyGLY and Sellen; and lead landscape architect Berger Partnership with OLINCBREJLL and OAC Services Inc. will handle project management. Read more>

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Ginny Nolan
Ginny leads the research effort for Morrissey Goodale's executive search team. Her understanding of the AEC industry, combined with her experience in candidate sourcing, helps clients achieve consistent successful strategic hires.

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