A new CNH project with some state funding help is moving forward in Rosemount. Read the story in the Rosemount Town Pages.
Ashley Klis appeared in a business news update.
Being a good listener, interior designer Ashley Klis fits in well as the newest member of the CNH team. In her previous work with a nationwide firm specializing in design and consulting for food service, she listened to leaders for projects in K-12 and higher education, business and industry and churches.
Sustainable design and energy efficiency were priorities for CNH Architects in the 2002 design for the Apple Valley municipal campus, its combined city hall and police station.
The buildings reflect an open, inviting attitude and a sense of teamwork in serving the public.
Since 1992, CNH Architects has worked with high school students with an interest in architecture careers, reaching more than 26 young people.
The surrounding high schools in Eagan, Apple Valley, Rosemount, Farmington and the School of Environmental Studies sent students for three-month mentoring experiences.
Color, feel and careful interior design came together for an information technology client that places a high value on culture and its employees, Imagine IT.
The Bloomington firm needed a new and larger space to bring several separate offices together, and the owners wanted a design centered on staff and their needs.
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The Mendota Heights City Council adopted plans and specifications for renovating the city’s existing fire station on Jan. 15.The council unanimously passed plans and specifications, as well as an order to seek bids on the work, which is estimated to cost $7 million.
The rich history of CNH Architects began at the close of the 1960s, late in the year. Architect Glenn W. Cording started a new firm in downtown Minneapolis, Glenn W. Cording and Associates, Inc.
Principal Wayne Hilbert worked with Cording before he retired in the early 1980s. The founder passed away in 2017 at the age 92.
“Glenn had great concern for his clients and established this as a strong part of our corporate culture, something we still believe in today,” said Hilbert.
CNH Architects is taking its fire station expertise to Mendota Heights.
From today's St. Paul Pioneer Press:
Mendota Heights is on track to remodel and double the size of its lone fire station, a project more than three years in the making.
The city council has approved final plans and directed city staff to seek bids for the estimated $7 million project, which would be funded by the sale of capital improvement bonds.
Nu Nail Bar and Spa is a CNH Architects project at the Miracle Mile Shopping Center in St. Louis Park.
"The gold and crystal accents really gave the sense of luxury and elegance that was originally envisioned," said Senior Project Designer Al Tsai with CNH Architects.