Sustainable Construction

Construction projects that focus on both the usability of the building and the wellbeing of the environment are a great success in multiple ways. Not only is focusing on being environmentally friendly a responsible practice, but it also sits favorably with those in the community who appreciate green building. Here are several of our green, environmentally friendly projects.

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Dakotah! Ice Center
Prior Lake, Minnesota
72,000 square feet ice arena addition with numerous energy efficient features; a green roof, skylights, solar panels, heat recovery system, sustainable landscaping, and recycled/energy-efficient building materials.
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Xcel Energy Service Center
Montrose, Minnesota
16,320 square foot maintenance facility with large truck bay, material and equipment storage, welding shop, and office/conference space. The project achieved LEED Certification. Shingobee provided build-to-suit services for this facility.
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Dickinson Public Works Facility
Dickinson, North Dakota
New 100,670 square foot facility for City of Dickinson Public Works department.
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Odawa Casino Resort
Petoskey, Michigan
290,000 square foot gaming, entertainment, and dining complex. LEED energy-efficiency standards were applied in the design. Joint Venture with Clark Construction.
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Landscape Structures Corporate Headquarters
Delano, Minnesota
Two-story, 32,000 square foot office building. Minnesota Sustainable Guidelines were applied to the design and construction, including significant use of recycled building materials and energy-efficient building controls.
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Security State Bank of Howard Lake
Howard Lake, Minnesota
Two-story, 17,700 square foot bank with attached 3,000 square foot medical clinic. Heating and cooling for the facility are provided by an underground geo-thermal system.
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Mazopiya Market
Prior Lake, Minnesota
Interior buildout and a receiving area addition for 8,000 square foot natural foods market in an existing new building. The design incorporated a number of energy efficient features, and the project is registered for LEED certification.
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