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hu construction eagan fire station

City of Eagan Fire Safety Center

H+U served as the CM for the new Eagan Fire Safety Center which includes five (5) double deep drive-through bays for fire trucks and emergency vehicles, administrative offices, dormitories for firefighters, and a police evidence storage area. The full training room adapts to become a shared Emergency Operations Center for fire personnel, administration, and police personnel.

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Jordan Middle School + Rec Center

H+U partnered with the Jordan Public School District to plan a successful bond referendum, leading to the completion of several additions + renovations to the existing Jordan Middle School as well as a new Community Education + Recreation Center.

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Marshall Red Baron Ice Arena

H+U partnered with the City of Marshall to build the new, multi-use Red Baron Arena + Expo center, voted to be the “Best Hockey Rink in Minnesota.”

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Rosemount High School

Rosemount High School was one of 35 building and site improvement projects completed by H+U Construc-tion within District 196 over the past five (5) years, and one of more than 60 construction projects completed as Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan Public Schools’ Construction Manager-Advisor within the past 20 years.

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Grace Church

H+U was brought on board early to assist the congregation in finding creative ways of reducing project costs.

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Valleywood Clubhouse

The Valleywood Clubhouse is the first new building in the State of Minnesota to receive three (3) Green Globes® awards, the equivalent to a LEED Gold certification. The building features a banquette hall, kitchen, office space, underground storage, and pro-shop. This was the fourth project our team has completed for the City of Apple Valley, with other projects including the Apple Valley Aquatic Center, Apple Valley Law Enforcement Center, and Hayes Community and Senior Center.

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hu construction redwood falls hospital

Redwood Falls Hospital

H+U Construction has completed several large addition and renovation projects for the Redwood Falls Area Hospital since 2001. Our largest, and most complex project was completed in four (4) phases over three (3) years while the hospital remained fully functional, and profitable, throughout the project.

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hu construction projects Burnsville High School

Burnsville High School

The 13-month expansion to Burnsville High School addresses the growing academic needs of the community, and brings all 9th through 12th grade students under one roof, providing a 21st century
learning environment for real world learners. Collaboration, natural light, air purification, and sustainability initiatives are all built into the new spaces at Burnsville High School, allowing learners to reach their full potential.

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hu construction Historic Union Williams Apartments

The Historic Union Apartments

H+U served as the General Contractor for a historic renovation of the abandoned Union Storage and Transfer complex in Fargo, North Dakota. Originally built in 1929, the building was preserved with the original brick and existing layout into upscale loft apartments, commercial, and retail space. The Historic Union combines spaces for work collaboration and comfortable downtown living. The integrity and beauty of the building was preserved allowing it to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Original brick walls were hand chipped, exposed concrete ceilings run throughout the building, and original concrete floors were sanded, polished, and sealed to reveal remnants of its original warehouse history.

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hu construction Park Midway Bank

Park Midway Bank

From the onset of planning, one of Park Midway Bank’s goals was to be a LEED certified building. Following construction, the St. Paul community bank became the fifth building in the state of Minnesota to become LEED Certified. Especially in the early days of LEED Certified projects, the sustainable and efficient materials that went into a LEED certified building were often significantly more expensive than more common materials and systems.

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