University of Northwestern College
The University of Northwestern College invested in quality materials to re-face a high profile portion of their campus. This was achieved by incorporating magnificent precast pieces – some weighing as large as 50,000 pounds. The structural arches were constructed while the university remained open for classes.
From the moment of the first pitch ever thrown at Target Field, it has become was one of the most high-profile venues in the State of Minnesota. Its construction was a challenge to every contractor on the project team due to to the uniqueness of the site. From ground-breaking to opening day, the construction process had to function surrounded by an operating railroad track on one side, parking ramp on another side, and active city streets on the other two sides. Even though it was a challenging site – we made due and brought all of the materials in through the one entrance. Despite the challenges, this massive masonry project was a pleasure for everyone on our team as we performed all of the traditional block work and installed all of the hand-set Kasota stone.
Corcoran Triangle Apartments
Set in a very tight South Minneapolis neighborhood, this new residential housing project features a combination of brick, block and stone work, with underground parking.
Crayola Experience at Mall of America
To accommodate new tenant space at Mall of America, we removed existing marble from a previous entryway and had it re-cut for re-installation. This resulted in a shiny new focal point for the Crayola experience at MOA.
Stillwater High School Addition
This major addition to classrooms and the field house featured utility brick, cast stone, and burnished block. The design and use of materials made for a seamless blend to the existing building.
Health Partners Neuroscience Building
This well-known medical provider was intent on using masonry as a prominent material in the design of their newest property. This work included pre-cast stone, concrete block, and adhered stone veneer.