KENDELL was honored to join Mortenson Construction and Eagle’s Healing Nest on a volunteer project in Anoka, MN. The goal was to make a home specifically for female veterans, making it the first of its kind in Minnesota. Once completed, the home will be able to house up to 28 veterans.
KENDELL is pleased to work with McCownGordon Construction on the addition of the new South Dakota Animal Disease Research & Diagnostic Laboratory (ADRDL). The project takes place on the South Dakota State campus in Brookings, South Dakota.
KENDELL is currently partnering with Knutson Construction on an exciting venture at the University of Minnesota with the brand new Shepherd Lab Robotics.
According to an article published by the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering, the project entails, “a 20,000-square-foot renovation that will include nine flexible robotics labs and various work spaces for robotics faculty and graduate students. One lab is two-stories high to accommodate research on flying robots. Another lab is expected to include a large water tank where researchers can test aquatic robots. The labs will also include new state-of-the-art equipment, such as 3D printers and laser cutters for rapid prototyping.”
KENDELL is a Session Sponsor for USGBC's IMPACT 2017 Conference. Join us at IMPACT 2017 in St. Paul on May 3rd!
The IMPACT 2017 Conference will illustrate through case studies, examples and best practices how green building is growing at the community scale by using innovative technologies and systems, and incorporating health and well being into the built environment.
Learn more about the conference at: www.USGBC-IMPACT.org
The MN State Capitol is undergoing a major renovation. This is the first time any renovations have been completed on the Capitol since it was constructed in 1905. The MN State Capitol Restoration Project is a $300 million project that has been scheduled to take over three years to complete. The project began in the fall of 2013 and is scheduled to end in 2017.