Ebert Construction just finished wrapping up the Public Safety Facility in Fergus Falls, a $5.5 million dollar project. The new facility is conveniently located in between the City Hall and Otter Tail County Courthouse. The station includes a new evidence and analysis and storage room, an underground garage that includes car washing equipment, and a workout room for employees. The department was able to move into the new facility in February (2013). Ebert Construction was very excited to be able to be the general contractor for this new facility and received positive reviews from the local Fergus Falls Community on a project well done.
Another month gone by, another successful month for Ebert Construction in landing some more work for the upcoming Spring and Summer. In the last month we have landed four more projects that will kick off once we get some warm weather and the ground starts to thaw out. This year has been a colder than average, so our excavation subcontractors aren’t getting the jump on work than they have in the past but we have adjusted the construction schedules to make sure all the projects are finished on time!
Shortly after the last blog entry Ebert Construction was the successful bidder of the Fridley Classroom Additions for the Fridley School Districts. The project is actually two projects within one, two elementary schools Hayes Elementary and Steven Elementary are getting nearly identical additions that will consists of five more classrooms and one set of restrooms for the students. We were also awarded a project from MnSCU for the Inver Hill Community Center Library Renovation that includes mechanical and electrical upgrades as well as a much needed face lift to the library area. We kept the hot streak going by landing the Braham Community Center in Braham, MN, which is located about an hour north of the Twin Cities area. That project consists of a 14,500 square foot wood framed community center that will include a new banquet hall, library and commercial for the City of Braham. The most recent project that we landed was a transportation center project for Scott County called the Marshall Park and Ride building. This project is unique in the aspect that it is taking a old car dealership that went out of business and transforming it into a Park and Ride bus transportation center. The project includes the renovation of the site with new asphalt and concrete as well as some renovations of the interior spaces for a waiting area for the buses.
March was a great month for Ebert Construction as we continue to log work for the upcoming months and look to continue that streak into April.
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