Annual Truck Safety

On March 2, 2017 a group of Ebert Construction employees attended the 10th Annual Truck Safety Seminar at the Corcoran Public Works Facility.  The City of Corcoran hosts this seminar each year and offers it to members of the community. Ebert is proud to be one of the sponsors of the event helping to make it  free to attend. Our employees were able to learn about new laws for 2017, vehicle equipment requirements and information regarding CDL and DOT Health Cards.  It was a great event where we could brush up on our truck safety and network with other companies in our community.

Hanover Elementary School

Ebert Construction is excited to have been awarded the Hanover Elementary School project!  The project consists of 2500 SF administrative addition that includes a new secured entrance, minor interior alterations and a canopy at the main entry.  These additions will help create a safer environment for the students, staff and visitors.  Work began at the beginning of May and will continue throughout the Summer.  Ebert Construction enjoys being a part of improving our community!

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Lexington Athletic Complex

Ebert Construction is underway and working hard at one of our newest projects, Blaine’s Lexington Athletic Complex. Ebert Construction was awarded the $3.44 million project this past May. An article in the Star Tribune Newspaper discusses the development that has been made to the 38 acre project and what the project will include. As stated in the article, the work on this particular project is about three-quarters of the way done.  The Lexington Athletic Complex is one of a series of park expansions in the north suburb.  The city is also planning a 500-acre nature preserve with trails and eventually a nature center. The first walking trails and a parking lot could be open as soon as the fall of 2015. It will be the largest nature preserve in the city. Ebert Construction is underway and working hard at the Lexington Athletic Complex!

The Sleep Out Annual Campaign!

Yet another GREAT way for Ebert Construction to get involved with our community. Ebert is a proud sponsor of The Sleep Out annual campaign.  Loram Maintenance of Way, one of current project owners, is hosting the event at their offices tonight! This event is to raise awareness for housing, childcare, food and transportation needs for the families living within the community. To learn more about this exciting event and volunteer opportunities click here.

Braham Area Community Center

Ebert Construction has wrapped up another successful project, the Braham Area Community Center!  The project was funded by Tusen Tack, an all volunteer organization whose efforts in operating a thrift store rose a significant amount of money to fund the project.  The 14,000 sq ft Community Center was designed to be a place where families, neighbors, and the whole community can come together for fun activities year round. The large meeting area and banquet hall will be used for wedding receptions, reunions, youth & senior events, group meetings and much more!  In addition to the large banquet area, the building holds a local food shelf and library.  Ebert is happy to be a part of a project that will bring a positive and enjoyable atmosphere to the community.

Lexington Athletic Complex

Ebert Construction is underway and working hard at one of our newest projects, Blaine’s Lexington Athletic Complex. Ebert Construction was awarded the $3.44 million project this past May. An article in the ABC Newspaper discusses the development that has been made to the 38.5 acre project. The Parks Board’s Chairperson Jeffrey Bird is very pleased with the progress, “It’s impressive when you drive by it. It changes every week.” When the project is finished, it will look like a barn to pay homage to the Finn Farm Barn that was recently demolished near the site. Ebert is excited to be a part of this project and will continue to deliver quality service!

Brooklyn Park Avenues Project

Ebert Construction was awarded the Brooklyn Park Avenue’s project this August.  We attended the ground breaking for the 12-bed short-term housing program for homeless youth.  The Avenues program is designed to help provide homeless youth with a safe place to heal from their trauma’s and gain skills in pursuing their larger and long term goals.  Ebert Construction is excited to be part of a project that is going to have such a positive impact to the community and most importantly the youth in Brooklyn Park.  To read more about this project please see the below links.

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