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University of Minnesota daycare construction update

Construction is well underway on a new daycare facility located on the University of Minnesota’s East Bank. Construction looks to be complete in May.

Rendering of the future daycare facility on the University of Minnesota’s East Bank.

Recent Construction updates:

  • Roof insulation is 100% complete.
  • Built-up roofing is 100% complete.
  • Electrical rough-ins are 100% complete.
  • Interior concrete slab is 100% complete.
  • HVAC system is nearing completion at 70% complete.
  • Sheathing taping is nearing completion at 70% complete.
Exterior progress of CNH’s latest daycare facility project on the University of Minnesota’s East Bank is under construction.
Concrete poured inside the new daycare facility located at the University of Minnesota.

CNH has previously provided architectural services for Jardín Spanish Immersion Academies, New Horizon Academy, YMCA Early Childhood Learning Centers, and various other daycare centers.

About CNH Architects
CNH Architects is a full-service architectural firm providing architectural design, interior design, and planning for corporate, commercial, manufacturing, and recreational facility owners – as well as government agencies.

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