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  • Word-of-the-Month: Lick & Stick Masonry

    “Lick and stick” masonry is a thin veneer exterior finish system that is used on both building exteriors and interiors to simulate natural stone. Molded out of concrete and manufactured to look nearly identical to natural stone in color, shape, and texture, these thin veneer systems are cost-effective, lightweight, and.. More

    1 Sep 2014 |
  • Stahl Construction Appoints New President

    Jessie Houlihan Bingen has been promoted from Vice President of Operations to President of Stahl Construction. This advancement comes after she led the company to a record year in 2013. Her priority for the company is to continuously evolve business processes to promote efficiency and ensure that we deliver exceptional.. More

    25 Aug 2014 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Prefabricated Building

    A prefabricated building consists of several manufactured sections that are typically constructed offsite and assembled at the jobsite after the foundation is completed. Commonly known as modular buildings, clients utilize this alternative to traditional building methods because of the speed of construction and cost savings. Stahl Construction is currently building.. More

    1 Aug 2014 |
  • Stahl Construction Named Knight Arts Challenge Finalist in St. Paul

    ST. PAUL — July 14, 2014 – The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation today announced 69 finalists in the Knight Arts Challenge, a community-wide ideas contest funding arts and cultural projects that engage and enrich St. Paul. The finalists proposed a range of ideas, from concerts with instruments.. More

    14 Jul 2014 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Board Formed Concrete

    Board formed concrete walls are created when concrete is placed in forms that are lined with wood. The concrete cures against the grain of the wood, revealing a textured appearance when the forms are removed. A variety of looks can be achieved, depending on the type and size of wood.. More

    1 Jul 2014 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Punch List

    A punch list is a checklist of items on a construction project that do not conform to contract specifications; items that are unfinished, incomplete, or require repair or replacement. A punch list is created in the final phases of construction or at the time of substantial completion. Once the punch.. More

    1 Jun 2014 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Experience Modification Rate

    Experience Modification Rate (EMR) is a number used by insurance companies to weigh both past cost of injuries and future risk. The lower the EMR of your business, the lower your worker compensation insurance premiums will be. Usually three years of past information are used to determine the experience modifier.. More

    1 May 2014 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Cable Tray

    Cable trays are support systems for insulated electrical, power, communication and optical fiber cables. Cable trays provide the greatest versatility amongst cable support systems and are available in a variety of styles to support virtually any application. Commonly used for cable management in commercial construction, cable trays are easy to.. More

    1 Apr 2014 |