Newsroom Posts Tagged: Renovation

  • Word-of-the-Month: Outrigger

    Outrigger Cranes are often a common site, dotting the backgrounds of cities, harbors, and downtowns throughout the world. A critical component of creating a solid, safe, and level foundation for a crane is an outrigger. An outrigger is the beam that extends from a crane’s bottom, which stabilizes the load.. More

    1 Oct 2021 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Drywall

    Drywall Drywall is used in the construction of interior walls and ceilings. Also known as plasterboard, wallboard, sheetrock, or gypsum board. Drywall is a panel made of gypsum (mined mineral) and typically extruded between thick sheets of heavy paper. To install drywall, first the board is screwed into framing or.. More

    2 Aug 2021 |
  • 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: Critical Path Method

    Critical Path Method A critical path method, or CPM, is an algorithm of scheduling a set of project activities. It is a model that includes considering the complete list of tasks required to complete the project, the dependencies between various tasks, and the estimate of time each task will take.. More

    1 Mar 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 |