West Monroe Partners, a full-service business and technology consultancy, today announced it has added almost 4,000 square feet of office space to its Minneapolis office, bringing its Minneapolis footprint to nearly 8,000 square feet. The company is located on the 5th floor of the Colwell building, at the corner of Third Street and Second Avenue.
The larger office space will better serve the practice’s fast-growing Minneapolis team of business consultants and deep technologists. The consulting firm serves a variety of clients in key industries, including manufacturing and distribution, healthcare and private equity. When the practice opened in 2013 it initially focused on merger and acquisition services for targeted industries. The past three years have seen additional focus in the areas of customer experience and operations excellence.
“Getting to open the practice here in Minneapolis was a highlight for our company and we are excited to be able to grow our presence here,” said Tom Ewers, West Monroe Partners’ Minneapolis office leader. “This expansion will help foster future growth by giving our consultants an open and collaborative workspace so they can transform our clients’ businesses through both strategic and technological solutions.”
West Monroe Partners’ expansion includes a new reception area as well as more conference and phone rooms to conduct business with both local and national clients. The team will also have access to various ergonomic and health-oriented features such as additional standing desks. The expanded space will provide an open area to host future events, training and large meetings. The space features the distinctive characteristics of Warehouse District buildings including exposed timber frame and duct work, high ceilings, open floor plans, wood floors and brick walls.
Locally, West Monroe Partners was named by Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal as “Best Places to Work” and included in Minnesota Business Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For.” It has leased this space through 2022 to accommodate projected future growth.