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The new Arts Center was designed by renowned architect Antoine Predock with Anderson Mason Dale serving as the architect of record.
The medical center will play a vital role in Snohomish County healthcare, where population is expected to reach one million within 20 years.
The extensive process began at 6 a.m. and lasted more than 12 hours.
The facility will be used for research, development, demonstration, and deployment in support of national transportation fuel diversification objectives.
Located 40 miles north of Seattle, the new Tulalip Resort Casino includes premier meeting, convention and wedding spaces, as well as an elegant and earth-inspired spa.
When complete, the facility will be utilized for chip testing, inspection, and packaging.
By continually pushing the envelope, Mortenson leads the way in offering customers innovative solutions to construction challenges.
Located in downtown Seattle, the $8 million project will be an 18,000 SF expansion to Seattle University's existing Connolly Sports Center.
Mortenson has been awarded a design-build contract for a $20 million Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility at Fort Carson Army Base on behalf of the Army Corps of Engineers.
The Federal Contracting Group recently extended its reputation as the "builder of choice" for major projects at Fort Lewis, Washington with the award of the Special Operations Forces Support and Operations Battalion Complex.
Mortenson has been named one of Washington State’s top ten companies to work for by Washington CEO Magazine.
The Structural and Materials Engineering Building is a 169,000 SF stand alone building for the School of Engineering.
The Zoo Interchange is one of Wisconsin's oldest interchanges and is currently the busiest interchange in the state.
Swedish Medical Center is one of the largest healthcare systems in the area with four main locations and 12 primary care clinics in Seattle and East King County.
Facility will serve as home for the University of Minnesota Duluth hockey teams.
The new 325,000 SF "Legacy" building will be the first project built on the west side of the capitol campus in 50 years.
The project is the first proposed ASU athletic facility to pursue LEED® Silver Certification.
Project will be designed and built to LEED® Silver sustainability standards.
The project will be a 150,000 SF addition to an existing hospital built in 1963 that has since seen numerous additions and changes.
This facility will be the first higher education wellness facility to be built to LEED® certification standards.
General contractor taking the lead on “energy construction” projects in Colorado.
Each year, the editors of PLANSPONSOR magazine honor employers that demonstrate leadership in providing a more secure retirement for employees.
Milwaukee Magazine Ranks Mortenson #1 for Midsized Companies.
Board of Directors Elect Tom Gunkel Chief Executive Officer and President.
Mortenson solidifies industry leadership position with 50th wind farm.
The award recognizes Kendall Griffith as one of the rising young stars in the $399 billion architecture, engineering, and construction industry.
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