IRS Kansas City Service Center Campus
Occupying 1.14 million square feet, this massive, LEED-certified processing center displays exceptional sensitivity to its human, historical and environmental contexts.

a BNIM | 360 Inc. project

The project consolidated eight IRS locations into a 27-acre, downtown campus. Its main components include:

New Construction

  • 620,000-s.f. processing center
  • 77,000-s.f. storage warehouse

Parking Structures

  • 1.2 million-s.f., below-grade garage
  • 432,000-s.f., four-level, above-grade garage
  • 91,000-s.f., above-grade, cast-in-place garage

Historic Renovation

  • 496,000-s.f. of space in the Main Post Office, built 1933
  • 160,000-s.f. of space in the Rail Express Building at Union Station, built 1914

The processing center is divided into three wings that can be “turned on” or “turned off,” depending on the IRS’ seasonal workforce needs, to achieve maximum efficiency and minimal use of resources.

The new construction complements the historical with its similarly powerful yet distinctive handling of stone and concrete materials.

Enhanced productivity is achieved through a world-class workplace environment that features the saturation of natural light throughout the processing center.

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