August 11, 2014
The ProHealth Care D. N. Greenwald Renovation project in Mukwonago, Wisconsin, will be the second healthcare project in the country to use a patented voided slab system called BubbleDeck. This system is a lightweight biaxial slab that is shown to improve building design and performance, while reducing overall costs. Consisting of a hollow deck with plastic balls, the BubbleDeck serves the purpose of eliminating...
July 18, 2014
Photos by Jamie Cotten, Special to The Denver Post
Careful coordination by Mortenson Construction and the use of prefabricated elements will allow the new [Exempla/Saint Joseph Heritage Project] hospital…to officially open …just shy of three years after work began…
"It was the innovation of Mortenson and the subs that cut a year off this project and saved untold...
July 17, 2014
The Northern Arizona University Science and Health Building project is making excellent progress, nearly one year after the start of construction. The $53 million, 120,000-square-foot Science and Health Building will be a state-of-the-art science teaching facility. The project includes new teaching and research laboratories, as well as classrooms for chemistry, biology, and health sciences. The project is a...
July 14, 2014
Mortenson Construction’s Renewable Energy Groups has completed construction on the Spinning Spur II Wind Project located in Oldham County, Texas.
Spinning Spur II represents the 24th wind project that Mortenson has built for long-time customer, EDF Renewable Energy, and the 21st wind project that Mortenson has built in Texas to date.
Mortenson’s overall scope of work on the 167- megawatt...
July 09, 2014
Study examines how prefabrication helped reduce construction schedule of new 831,000-square-foot Denver hospital by 18 percent
Construction of the new $623 million, 831,000-square-foot Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver is scheduled to be completed this month – nearly 2.5 months earlier than normal – thanks in part to the construction technology of prefabrication. The practice and growing trend of...
July 08, 2014
The Newberg Wastewater Treatment Plant project team has undertaken the design and build of a children's splash pad as a community project for the City of Newberg. The team worked with Chehalem Parks and Recreation District (CPRD), Newberg City Council, and local rotary clubs in development of the project. Mortensons proposed community project has gathered a large amount of public support as well. In fact,...