We rely on the government and municipal facilities that enrich our lives every day. For example, public works buildings provide water and power to our homes and businesses. Post offices deliver our packages, medications, and letters, and schools teach the next generation of our citizens.

We have worked on hundereds of facilities from distribution centers to post offices, new facilities, upgrades, repairs, and remodels, restorations, roof replacements, accessibility, general building work.

  • USPS Post Offices
  • Mail Processing Facilities
  • State Colleges and Universities
  • Schools
  • Public Works
  • State of Minnesota
  • Correctional Facilities
  • City of Buhl, MN
  • City of Marine on St. Croix
  • City of Saint Paul Park

Past Government/Municipal Projects

United States Postal Service

  • Post Offices
  • Mail Processing Facilities
  • Vehicle Maintenance Facilities

State Colleges & Universities

  • University of Minnesota
  • Minnesota State Colleges & Universities

Public Works

  • Municipal Well Houses
  • Pump Stations
  • Water Treatment Facilities

State of Minnesota

  • Office Buildings
  • Warehouses
  • Treatment Facilities
  • Schools for the Blind & Deaf
  • Veterans Building

Public Schools

  • Saint Paul Public Schools – ISD 625
  • Minneapolis Public Schools – SSD 1
  • Forest Lake Area Schools – ISD 831
  • Mounds View Public Schools – ISD 621

MN Correctional Facilities

  • Stillwater
  • Moose Lake
  • Lino Lakes

Project Profile

USPS Lake Street and Minnehaha Stations Emergency Alternate Quarters

Services Provided: Site selection, site plan review, acquisition assistance, fitment and schematic plans, fast track build out, new site selection and planning, complete construction documents, restoration sequence and drawings, stabilization and mothballing services.

The Challenge: The existing facilities were burned down and out of commission. The USPS needed temporary facilities in the general area to continue local mail delivery and customer services.

The Solution: We worked with the USPS and the city of Minneapolis to utilize the city owned former KMART building for temporary facilities.  The building demolition was delayed by the city to accommodate operations until new facilities could be rebuilt.  During this process new sites and reuse of existing locations and facilities were reviewed. New construction documents were in progress to accommodate the future construction including city reviews.

Post Office

Is Your Facility ADA Compliant?

One of the things we are called on to do for our government and municipal clients is accessibility surveys and improvements, including elevator additions.