Your Partner Every Step of the Way
Starting a commercial construction project can be a daunting feat. Supply chain challenges and labor shortages can extend project timelines, volatile markets can impact project budgets, and other factors like construction disruption can lead to negative community perceptions.
But with risk mitigation strategies, processes developed from decades of experience, and a dedicated team of experts, these challenges can be remediated or avoided altogether. As a strategic partner, we are fully invested in your success and committed to a positive project outcome—meeting your schedule, budget and building expectations.
Positive outcomes aside, at the end of the day, it’s about our companies and people working together to change our communities for the better. And that’s the success that matters.
Your Success is Our Success
Make an impact in the community
Through its sheer presence, your project will impact the community. When you fully leverage this unique opportunity, you can support diverse, inclusive teams and positively shape the communities where you live and work.
Read how Mortenson helped build Hennepin Healthcare’s Redleaf Center to provide a safe haven for families in the community.
Leverage the latest technologies & innovations
From design, to sustainability and well buildings, to cutting-edge construction techniques, your project can push the boundaries, raise the bar and inspire what’s possible.
See how a prefabricated wall solution helped Allina Health set a new standard in delivering patient care.
Bring value to your business
Your project has real business and margin implications. Feel good knowing you can achieve your objectives and bring value to your business through smart construction decisions.
Check out how Mortenson helped PureCycle drive down costs and add value to their bottom line.
Big or small, stand out from them all
The size or scope of your project shouldn’t dictate which team shows up, and it shouldn’t impact your project outcomes, either. Your project can be rooted in quality, driven by your bottom line, and exceed expectations.
See how Mortenson team members refreshed two Minneapolis dog parks at a time when the community was flocking outdoors.
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Addressing supply chain from the start
Supply chain issues have affected consumers worldwide for the past few years. In the commercial construction industry, these shortages have affected everything from structural steel to the computer chips used in HVAC systems. That, coupled with rising material costs, labor shortages, and shipping delays can easily throw construction projects off schedule and over budget. Learn how we’re tackling supply chain issues head on.
Avoiding Disruptive Construction on College Campus
You can’t always avoid disruption during construction, but there are steps you can take to keep your campus moving around it.
2023 Construction Supply Chain Trends and Forecasting
Construction materials supply chains remained volatile through the past year. What does 2023 hold for the construction industry supply chain?
Three Ways to Improve Healthcare Staff Spaces
These three factors are critical in designing healthcare spaces that promote the physical and mental well-being of hospital staff.
Engaging and Strengthening Communities
Each project presents the opportunity to build stronger communities by enlisting local businesses and talent. By promoting inclusivity, we can positively impact the communities where we live and work.Learn More
Questions about getting started on your project?
Planning a project can be complex and full of risk. Protect your bottom line by choosing a partner known for its industry expertise and uncommon capacity to figure things out.
Our Minneapolis construction team takes time to understand your vision and listen to your concerns, then draws upon our talent and experience to meet your real estate and facilities needs. We understand what’s at stake and will make this experience better than you imagined.CONTACT US