Seeking to provide customers with the ultimate dealership experience, state-of-the-art elements were included in the new building design. The 250,000 square foot structure was built with heavy use of brick and concrete. A two-story wall of glass was also included to provide visual appeal. To cater to the demanding tastes of their clientele, BMW of Minnetonka wanted to use high-tech touches throughout its new building. Unique to this dealership, a heated and air-conditioned maintenance area along with an attached indoor car ramp meant more ceiling space dedicated for air ducts, heating panels, and concrete infrastructure, and less viable room for housing cable. Each auto service bay requires at least four data ports to connect vehicles to the BMW headquarters to relay vehicle history information and for completing diagnostic checks. The project required installation in tight spaces, high-end visual appeal through concealed network connections, and coordination among multiple contractors during the construction phase. Multiple integration points were necessary to ensure interoperability of security, wireless, and RFID systems.