The project was delivered using a design-assist/target value design approach. The building was initially envisioned as a structural steel building with a stucco skin; however, early in the design process, it was determined that structural pre-cast would provide a more durable building and increase occupant flexibility since fewer columns were required.
Ultimately, the choice to go to pre-cast was one of the defining characteristics of the project. Not only does the frame support the building, but it also doubles as the architectural skin. This feature allowed for a total construction schedule of 14 months, which included the demolition of an existing two-story building on the existing site.