It's a Pretty Big Deal

Cerner Corp, with a little help from Mayor James and Governor Nixon, held a ceremonial groundbreaking yesterday for what is going to be the single largest economic development project in Missouri's history. At 4.7 million square feet of space, it's going to be bigger than the Sprint Campus. Sixteen phases and 16 buildings. Estimated at $4.5 Billion. That's big. For the full story, check out the Kansas City Business Journal's take on it.

Our landscape architects have been working with Cerner and Gould Evans on the landscape design for the first phase for a couple of months now and we'll share more images as the project progresses.