Newsroom Posts Tagged: Addition

  • PRESS RELEASE: IIMN Hires Stahl to Manage Facility Expansion

    Minneapolis, MN; April 20, 2021  – The International Institute of Minnesota (IIMN) is expanding their space to increase their ability and capacity to serve more New Americans and grow the number of services offered. IIMN’s current building, located at 1694 Como Avenue in St. Paul, will undergo a 10-month renovation.. More

    22 Apr 2021 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Sheathing

    Sheathing Sheathing consists of board or panel materials that are used in assembling floors, walls, and roofs. The boards may provide structural support to the structure and form a surface that other materials (i.e. shingles, siding, or flooring) can be applied to. There are several types of sheathing, with each.. More

    1 Apr 2021 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Winter Conditions

    Winter Conditions Winter conditions in construction refers to the additive budget lines items and possible schedule delays that are incurred by construction activities during the coldest months of the year. The expenses are usually related to increased fuel, material, and labor needs. Fun Fact Frigid winter weather (snow, ice, high.. More

    1 Feb 2021 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Brick Veneer

    Brick Veneer A brick veneer, or cavity wall, is constructed by using brick as the non-structural external layer, which is backed by an air cavity. The innermost element provides the structural support and is usually made of wood or metal framing or concrete. The brick is used on the exterior.. More

    4 Jan 2021 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Feasibility

    Feasibility Feasibility refers to assessing the practicality of a proposed project or system. Two criteria to determine a project’s feasibility include cost and value. When conducting a feasibility study, it is key to remain objective when evaluating a project’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, and to determine the appropriate and.. More

    1 Jul 2020 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: H-piles

    H-piles H-piles are structural beams that are used extensively in deep foundation applications to add stiffness and support for large structures. They shift high load bearing capabilities to deeper bearing soils when the surface soils lack the necessary support properties. Modern h-piles are traditionally made of steel or concrete, but.. More

    1 Aug 2019 |