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  • Maurices Moves

    April 27, 2016 – Retailer Maurices is consolidating its workforce into a new headquarters in downtown Duluth, where the brand began nearly seventy years ago. The project, for which Meyer Borgman Johnson provided structural engineering services, is the largest downtown development in Duluth’s history. Read about it here.

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  • The Rose – Sustainable Living

    April 25, 2016 – The Rose, a sustainable, affordable housing project in Minneapolis, MN, designed by MSR Design with structural engineering by Meyer Borgman Johnson is showcased in a new article in the May/June 2016 issue of ArchitectureMN magazine, available on newsstands now. Aspiring to meet Living Building Challenge criteria (the most rigorous and broad of all current sustainability frameworks), the project surpasses LEED standards in many areas, such as water usage, energy, air quality, and local sourcing. The project was also featured last October in Architect Magazine. See the article here: http://www.architectmagazine.com/project-gallery/the-rose_o.

  • We’re Branching Out!

    September 3, 2015 – This summer has brought growth to Meyer Borgman Johnson, as Structural Design Group (SDG) of Rochester, MN, merged with us to become our third office in Minnesota and fifth office nationwide. SDG was founded in 2000 by Al Hiniker, P.E., who remains in the Rochester office as MBJ’s managing principal. MBJ has worked with Mayo Clinic and other clients in the Rochester area for several decades on projects such as the Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center and the Stabile Building with Mayo Clinic, Plaza on Historic Third with Titan Development, and Rochester City Hall. We are excited to welcome Al and his staff, and we look forward to continuing to serve our clients in the Rochester area for many years to come.

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    Please, feel free to contact managing principal Al Hiniker at 507.529.5310 to find out how we can serve you and your project needs.