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  • Feed My Starving Children

    Stahl Construction employees and family will be gathering on February 12th for the South Metro Meal Packing Event for Feed My Starving Children at the ShopJimmy.com warehouse in Burnsville.

    7 Feb 2015 |
  • Ribbon Cutting: Victoria City Hall & Public Works Facilities

    Stahl Construction team members will join City of Victoria officials and development partners on February 9th to celebrate the ribbon cutting of the new city hall. A grand opening for the Carver County library extension is scheduled for March 7th. The 12,000-square-foot, wood-framed new city hall is two stories and is located on.. More

    4 Feb 2015 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Ship’s Ladder

    A ship’s ladder is used in commercial construction to provide access to mezzanines and roofs. It can be vertical or inclined, but cannot exceed a vertical climb of more than 20 feet. An inclined ship’s ladder must be at an angle between 50 and 70 degrees and have handrails on.. More

    2 Feb 2015 |
  • MSBA: 94th Annual Leadership Conference

    Stahl Construction is an exhibitor (booth #633) at the MN School Boards Association 94th Annual Leadership Conference. Held at the Minneapolis Convention Center, January 15-16th, this two day conference covers workshops, breakout sessions, and features exhibitors tailored to Minnesota school districts.

    11 Jan 2015 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Vertical Terminal Air Conditioning

    A Vertical Terminal Air Conditioning (VTAC) system is a convenient, cost-efficient heating and cooling option commonly found in multi-unit living facilities such as hotels, apartments, senior housing, and assisted living. Unlike the Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner (PTAC) unit, which is installed under the exterior window, a VTAC unit sits in a.. More

    1 Jan 2015 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Detention Basin

    A detention basin, also known as a dry or holding pond, is an area where excess stormwater is held for a limited period of a time following large amounts of rain to protect against flooding, and in some cases, erosion. Unlike retention basins, detention basins are not designed to have a permanent pool of.. More

    1 Dec 2014 |