Onigum Community Center Wall Top-Out

August 2017, by

A milestone was reached at the construction site of the Onigum Community Center in Walker, MN, on Thursday, August 3, 2017 – the top-out of the exterior walls. Shingobee is constructing the new community center for the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe. The walls are being constructed with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF), a progressive, energy-efficient […]

Shingobee begins construction of first net-zero school on tribal land

October 2016, by

Shingobee Builders, in collaboration with the design team of DSGW Architects and Obermiller Nelson Engineering, has begun construction of a school in Fort Totten, North Dakota, that will be a net-zero energy building, the first of its kind on tribal land in the country. A net-zero facility is an energy-efficient building that produces more energy […]

Xcel Energy Montrose Service Center Achieves LEED Certification

April 2013, by

The Xcel Energy Service Center in Montrose, MN, which Shingobee provided as a build-to-suit project for Xcel Energy, Inc. in 2011, has achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. The project’s final LEED rating reflected 40 documented and approved points, corresponding to the Certified certification level under the LEED for New Construction rating […]

Shingobee Earns “Excellence in Construction” Award for Mazopiya

February 2012, by

Shingobee has been honored with a Pyramid Award in Associated Builders and Contractors Minnesota Chapter Excellence in Construction Awards competition, for Shingobee’s work on Mazopiya, in Prior Lake, MN. Shingobee Project Manager James Schuweiler accepted the award February 2, 2012, during ABC’s Annual Awards Banquet, held at The Metropolitan in Minneapolis, MN. Mazopiya is a natural foods market constructed for the […]