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The project includes replacing the existing furniture, fixtures, and equipment including cabinets, counter surfaces, wall coverings, light fixtures, and upgrades to suite technology.
The project scope includes building access roads, turbine foundations and erecting the wind turbine generators.
The project will be an addition to the existing Mortenson-built casino, which opened in 2003 to great fanfare and continues to be an extremely successful venture for the Tulalip Tribes.
The building will be a storage facility for state archives, artifacts and public records, which requires special climate controls and protections from environmental and mechanical hazards.
The building will act as a landmark and connector between the parking lot, the entry, and the Zoo itself.
The two-story, 27,000 SF facility will consist of multiple classrooms for GE Medical System training programs.
The building won the National Design-Build Award in the Public Buildings Over $15 Million category.
Five Denver projects recognized by Colorado Construction Magazine.
Mortenson will perform design/build and construction services on the 205.5-megawatt Fenton Wind Power Project in Chandler, Minnesota.
Poudre Valley is a repeat customer for whom Mortenson has previously completed projects at two of their campus locations.
A single blade from a General Electric 1.5-megawatt wind turbine has been vertically erected in a permanent display at the new Eco Experience exhibit.
The Mortenson team claimed victory for the $53.2 million project that includes two buildings, housing a total of 720 students in suite-style rooms.
The $38 million complex will house the University of Colorado Art Museum and the Department of Art and Art History.
The 75,000 SF expansion and renovation project is located in Fort Dodge, Iowa - continuing Mortenson's successful presence in the Iowa market.
This project marks Mortenson's return to Fort Lewis to expand the same facilities that they built more than 20 years ago.
The project includes major renovation of the MEP systems, minor interior renovation, and a 120-bed expansion for men and women inmates.
The project will be built in two phases, totaling 76,000 SF.
The new facility will house transfer programs and support continuing Everett Community College partnerships with four-year institutions.
The list spotlights exceptional people active in the A/E/C community who have made significant contributions to our profession and in their communities.
The recharge site will consist of shallow basins, which will infiltrate high quality reclaimed water to the subsurface aquifer for storage and recovery.
The parking structure design marries traditional materials and modern detailing to complement aspects of the adjacent university properties.
The project is located in southwestern Kansas near the small town of Spearville, close to historic Fort Dodge.
The 130,000 SF laboratory/office building project will begin in June, with an 11-month construction schedule.
This partnership of labor, management, trade associations and OSHA will implement all facets of job safety, including self-directed compliance oversight during construction of the project.
The project also involves extensive site development, which will include Parade Grounds and "Victory Park" which will showcase statues and artifacts depicting the famed history of the Big Red One.
The facility will include 4 training bays with flight simulators for instruction on flying the MH-60S Knighthawk helicopter.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel project will transform the existing 37-story Embassy Suites high-rise into 202 guest rooms, 23 residences (one, two and three bedrooms) and 12,000 SF of meeting space.
This is the second time that Mortenson's Chicago office has won this award.
The Center performs approximately 24,000 surgical procedures per year necessitating a reconfiguration of the surgical space.
Mortenson was pleased and honored to receive the recognition, which is the culmination of the company’s focused effort to reduce and, ultimately, to eliminate all worker injury.
The 69,500 SF facility will provide the college with dedicated, specialized science classrooms and laboratories for life sciences and chemistry.
The Centre is designed with three side by side standard NHL ice rinks with bleacher seating for 800 people.
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