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This is Providence Everett's third selection of Mortenson as their construction partner in the past three years.
The project site features many of the favorable elements for a productive wind energy facility - high elevation, large land mass, strong wind resources and easy access.
A total of 137 wind turbines, with a maximum generating capacity of 205 megawatts of electricity, comprise the largest single wind farm in the state.
With a long history of projects now completed at Ft. Riley, Mortenson is proud to have established an outstanding reputation with the Army Corps of Engineers.
Mortenson was chosen over its Kansas City peers based upon an evaluation by representatives from industry, government, and higher education of our safety program, culture, and performance at the Sprint Center.
The purchase demonstrates Mortenson’s long-term commitment to the preservation of our environment.
The team has achieved an astounding 98% recycling rate for construction and demolition on the new facility.
The expertise of our team members includes experience with the installation of heavy and highly sensitive equipment and the challenges of an extremely aggressive project schedule.
This is the first time that ENR has measured the Green market by ranking contractors.
The University of Washington Tower Data Center is being constructed to accommodate increased campus-wide server demand.
The University Commons, Bethel's first student center and fondly known on campus as the "family room".
The facility was recently awarded LEED® Platinum by the US Green Building Council, making it the second building in Colorado to achieve such certification.
The mission of the P-201V project is to provide landing, maintenance, and storage space for a Navy Squadron that is being relocated to the Norfolk Base.
The replacement hospital ensures that Silver Cross can continue its mission of providing quality healthcare for the growing community over the next century.
The Arizona State University Weatherup Center will be comprised of two practice courts, locker rooms, study areas and coaches’ offices.
For the third year in a row Mortenson has been selected as one of Chicago's 101 Best & Brightest.
Minnesota’s new 40,000-seat, open-air ballpark will feature superior baseball sightlines from every seat and spectacular views of the Minneapolis skyline.
The complex will include a Barracks building that will house 600 soldiers, a Battalion Headquarters building, extensive site development, and miscellaneous support facilities
The new Vestas facility will produce 1,200 blades per year, each measuring 120-feet in length and weighing 8.2 tons.
The new library will feature sustainable architecture with an environmentally sensitive design, wireless and digital technologies, a computer training lab, community meeting rooms, and a teen center.
Glendale Spring Training Facility will be home to both the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox.
The scope of the project will include relocation and new construction of various equipment and electrical rooms.
To date, Mortenson has completed 70 projects on the Abbott-Northwestern Hospital campus totalling 2.4 million square feet.
This will be Mortenson's sixth recent major project at the Naval Station Norfolk.
Mort Mortenson, CEO and Chairman of M. A. Mortenson Company, was inducted into the “Minnesota Business Hall of Fame”, which honors individuals for their lifetime achievements.
Seattle University is a Jesuit institution established in 1891 and enjoys a campus of 30 buildings on a fifty-four acre site near downtown Seattle.
The submission included the top 10 uses and benefits of using BIM on the project, including enabling early and collaborative decision making.
The project will include a 130,000 SF office building and a 20,000 SF Tier 3+ operations center.
Nominations came from subcontractors who have worked with Brian over the years.
The project will help the City progress toward its goal to become a unique urban center, generate significant revenue, and create many jobs over the 30-year life of the center.
The three-level addition provides a focus on the arts, with large spaces provided for drama, music, and art classrooms.
Project scope includes updates to all guest rooms, hallways, and lobby including new crown molding, paint, carpet, and lighting.
The twin research facilities, one public and one private, will be constructed in the heart of the UW-Madison campus and will serve as a hub for interdisciplinary research.
This 150-megawatt project is being developed by Orion Energy Group LLC and is Mortenson’s second wind energy project with them.
This project will put an upscale hotel and restaurant on one of the most prominent commercial and entertainment corridors in the Twin Cities, the 494 strip.
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