Structural Design

Our engineers take full advantage of computer technology to provide economical designs for many types of new and remodeled buildings, including:

  • Commercial: Retail Buildings, Office Buildings, Restaurants, Manufacturing and Warehouse facilities
  • Institutional: Education Facilities, Healthcare facilities, Nursing Home and Assisted Living, Libraries, Govemment Administration and Maintenance Facilities, Park Buildings, Religious facilities and churches
  • Residential: Townhomes, Condominiums, Senior's Housing & Mixed-use housing/commercial developments
  • Industrial: Concrete Batch plants, Materials handling, Concrete Recycling facilities
  • Specialty: Sign Structures, Fire Investigation, Forensic Analysis

American Indian Resource Center. Bemidji, MN

A 10,700 SF facility located on the campus of Bemidji State University,, which includes staff offices for both the Indian Studies and Ojibwe Language programs. Designed to create a space where Native American scholars can come together to study, provide support for one another, and for cultural interaction.

  • Features classrooms, meeting rooms, kitchen, and cultural exhibit areas.
  • Showpiece of the facility is the Great Hall--a cedar-ribbed oval designed using heavy timber roof members to resemble a wickiup, a traditional Ojibwe house.

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Ho Chunk Wellness Center. Phases I & 2

A state of the art fitness and aquatic center, designed to provide services to the people of the Ho-Chunk Indian Nation. The multi-function facility, located near Baraboo, WI, includes a gymnasium, swimming and therapy pools, racquetball courts, youth rooms and on-site childcare.

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Marketplace Lofts

Marketplace Lofts located in downtown Hopkins has underground parking, street level retail, and three floors of residential space.

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Fond Du Lac Tribal Community College Addition

Project consisted of 12,500 SF Steel and masonry addition to the Library; approximately quadrupling the size of the campus existing library space. 11,500 SF of space allocated for Nursing and Law Enforcement classrooms, as well as 22,500 SF of Gymnasium/Cultural Center were also added.

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Lamoreaux Building

A three story vertical addition to an existing building, originally constructed in 1912 and one of the earliest examples of cast-in-place concrete structures built in the City of Minneapolis. Existing building was on the National Historic Register. When completed, the Lamoreaux Addition provided 39 new units of affordable housing for low-income individuals and families.

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Cemstone Dayton Plant

This structure needed to be able to incorporate the movement of people and materials required for the production of concrete.

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St. Andrew's Dining Hall - Spirit in the Pines

Located within the boundaries of 1200 acres nestled in the pine forests of Northern Minnesota, a log Dining Hall was constructed for Spirit in the Pines Lutheran Church Camp. In keeping with the beauty of the natural setting, this beautiful facility utilizes Glulam timber construction for the exposed roof trusses, and traditional log construction for the exterior walls.

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