Month: September 2019

History: Repeat business builds relationships, expertise, quality

Refinement and improvement are natural results of any firm’s efforts on multiple projects of a similar type. CNH Architects aptly refers to this as “long-term building type experience.” “We like to think of ourselves as well-rounded and capable,” said CNH Principal Quinn Hutson. “At the same time, there’s in-depth knowledge in specific areas, and types …

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Legacy project: CDA building created for efficiency, enhanced since

The administrative offices for the Dakota County Community Development Agency were designed by CNH Architects in 2002 with energy efficiency in mind for the 30,000 square foot building. The structure includes an open 2 ½ story atrium with clerestory windows to increase natural lighting. There are private and open offices, conference rooms and a welcoming …

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Volunteer: Admin staffer has heart for single mothers

Seventeen years ago, Deb Childs’ neighborhood and church connections made her aware of Making Our Moms Successful (MOMS), a faith-based mentoring program for single women raising a family. “I have always had a heart for women supporting women and walking alongside to help them grow emotionally and spiritually,” said Childs, the accounting administrator for CNH …

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Staff: Constant learning, lifelong interest for architect and principal

A firm principal of CNH Architects and staff architect have at least two things in common- a love of learning and an interest in the field from a very early age. Architect Jessica Johnson Kreps started to dream of a career in architecture as a second grade LEGO builder. And, firm Principal Wayne Hilbert also …

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Current: Breaking ground, coming home for sports apparel, training business

A sports apparel, recreation and training business is making a move from Burnsville to the owner’s hometown of Rosemount, with a new building off State Highway 3 on the city’s south side. CA Gear, or Custom Apparel, Inc., broke ground with much fanfare recently for a multi-function facility designed by CNH Architects. “With this as …

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