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COVID-19 brings design changes to many organizations

It might not be an official form of architecture, but among the vast changes 2020 has presented, “COVID-19 design” is on the list at CNH Architects. COVID-19 has prompted a lot of change. Including the way organizations and their office buildings respond to keeping employees and visitors safe. Several of the following projects have been …

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Burnsville Fire Station No. 1 Groundbreaking Ceremony

On Monday, August 24, the City of Burnsville and Burnsville Fire Department held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Fire Station No. 1. Project Architects and CNH Principals Quinn Hutson and Brooke Jacobson, along with Interior Designer and Senior Associate Ashley Klis participated in the celebration. City of Burnsville Mayor Elizabeth Kautz and Fire Chief …

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COVID-19 Update

Valued clients and colleagues, During this challenging and unprecedented time, we hope this note finds you safe and healthy. We are in a collective fight against COVID-19 and want you to know that we are following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization, and Minnesota Department of Health. We encourage you …

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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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Current: Tripling space to help families, individuals in southeast suburbs

A nearly $1 million expansion project for Rosemount Family Resource Center has broken ground, and will bring greater help to people in this southeastern Twin Cities suburb. Architect Jessica Johnson with CNH Architects said the upgraded, residential-type design blends well with the residential neighborhood. Owned by the City of Rosemount and operated by the nonprofit …

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Current: Farmers Union building at State Fair educates with local food delights

Barns and shed theme designed by CNH Architects with integrated Birchwood Café food truck, BLTs, new fruit cobbler, Nitro coffee, displays and videos educate fairgoers about Minnesota’s $75 billion industry All details for the Minnesota Farmers Union building remodel at the Minnesota State Fair have been completed after the bulk of them were made ready …

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Current: Eagan Central Maintenance facilities enhance longevity, conserve

A three-building project for the City of Eagan marked significant improvements centered to the public works campus, and preparations for the future. CNH designed and monitored construction of a vehicle storage building and wash bay, as well as remodeling for offices and a lunchroom. Indoor shelter for equipment is expected to extend service life while …

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Volunteer: Architect serves as key leader for Rotary Ethics Workshop

As a member of Eagan Rotary since 1996, Quinn Hutson has been a strong advocate for the Ethics Workshop created by the club in 1994. It’s an eight-hour, ethical decision-making experience for high school students designed by Dr. Ken Goodpaster, Koch Chair of Ethics at the University of St. Thomas. The program defines ethical decision-making …

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State’s top security prison set for shower upgrades

A shower remodeling project designed by CNH Architects for inmates at the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Oak Park Heights is set to significantly improve about 40 ceramic tile showers, many of them dating to the prison’s start in the early 1980s. “They don’t have multiple inmates in one shower,” said CNH Architects Principal Wayne Hilbert. …

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