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Carnegie Art Center Elevator Addition

The Carnegie Art Center is housed in the historic Carnegie Library built in 1902. Due to the age of the building, accessibility was an issue. The Carnegie Art Center wanted to ensure that all patrons could access the building. An elevator was added to the rear of the building as well as accessible parking spots.

By using the Construction Manager at Risk method, Brennan Companies could suggest cost saving opportunities. Some of these cost savings were then utilized to do additional work not in the original scope of work. This additional details included adding window banners for the rear windows and an additional sidewalk that goes between the front entrance and the rear elevator.

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  • Prairie Justice Center Garage Addition
    Prairie Justice Center Garage Addition
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  • 3333 Hennepin – Missing Middle Housing
    3333 Hennepin – Missing Middle Housing
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Prairie Justice Center Garage Addition

This garage addition consists of a 10,064 square foot precast addition to the current Law Enforcement garage for the Nobles County Justice Center. The garage will house emergency and law enforcement vehicles for the growing Nobles County. Security was important during this project as it connected directly to the adjacent Justice Center.

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3333 Hennepin
3333 Hennepin
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1C5A9450 – small
3333 Hennepin – Missing Middle Housing

This urban infill project removed an uninhabitable single-family home and constructed a 3-story, 11-unit multifamily building in its place. The project has 2 towers of apartments connected by open balconies. This provides private entry to each unit and extra outdoor space. The building owner will have an office on the main floor of the project.

The goal of the project was to provide the missing middle housing to meet the needs of affordable, accessible quality housing to residents in the City of Minneapolis. You can read more about the “Missing Middle Vernacular” in Great Lakes By Design’s (Volume 5, issue 4) article that highlights this project.

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Housing, Recent Projects

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