We understand and embrace the complexities that come with government, workplace, non-profit, and community projects, and help ensure all voices are heard while creating spaces that thoughtfully communicate your organization’s mission and values.
These facilities need to be hard-working and efficient but, more importantly, serve as hubs to build connection and collaboration while still prioritizing equity and accessibility. Whether you need to facilitate public visibility and engagement, encourage staff collaboration, foster neighborhood outreach, support diverse worship practices, or promote community wellness, our team ensures that your new space meets your needs and supports your goals now and into the future.Get in Touch
BWBR embraces civic pride through respectful use of public funds and designs that embody the democratic spirit. Our work supports community engagement and, with demonstrated expertise in projects such as city halls, government workplaces, maintenance facilities, and public works and utilities, we’re experts at balancing competing stakeholder requirements and creating a space for everyone.+
Today’s workplace needs to utilize space and technology in innovative ways, bringing people together to connect, learn, create, and collaborate while still providing private spaces in which to focus. BWBR helps organizations create flexible, collaborative spaces that reflect unique cultures while also strategically supporting mission and goals.+
The way people define health is changing, and so are the places that help us to be healthy. BWBR designs spaces that enhance the health and wellness of people of all ages, in turn making a positive impact on the surrounding communities. Through projects that improve citizens’ quality of life, we design safe, accessible, and healthy environments to meet, play, and exercise.+
Non-profits and religious establishments do vital work for their communities, and BWBR is proud to help them get the most out of their budgets and their spaces. We love engaging deeply with stakeholders, supporting the dedicated staff, and helping organizations achieve maximum impact.+
BWBR Architects, Inc.
In this new world of hybrid work, BWBR utilizes our offices as living test labs for a variety of work...01
If health is more than the absence of illness, how does a healthcare organization create an environment that attracts people who want...02
Securian Financial has a long history of collaboration with BWBR, including the design of the 400 Robert Street tower in...03
Eagle Brook Church
Eagle Brook Church (EBC) and BWBR partnered to renovate the former River City Baptist Church in downtown Minneapolis. EBC selected...04
Eagle Brook Church
After worshipping in a temporary space for several years, Eagle Brook Church (EBC) partnered with BWBR to fulfill the south...05
University of Minnesota
The new Women’s Gymnastics facility will be located in Athletes Village adjacent to the Indoor Football Practice Facility. The new practice facility...06
September 12, 2022
Hybrid and remote work are now the norm. But what happens when you work in an industry where place is everything?
May 11, 2021
On Minneapolis’s Lake Street, just south of downtown, you’ll find a vibrant and eclectic mix of locally owned businesses, from...
March 17, 2021
The debate is not new. However, the past year changed the narrative around where people can be most productive, at...
March 29, 2018
As Easter brings a sense of celebration and rejoice to congregations, at Eagle Brook Church-Anoka it marks a milestone. Little...
February 6, 2018
Creating a value-add for East Washington neighbors that goes beyond additional parking options, BWBR is working with the City of...
March 20, 2017
A 293,000-square-foot facility designed to stand for a century, the Minnesota Senate Building overcame a design restart and politics to...