Empirehouse earns 2018 MCA Subcontractor Project of the YearPosted on February 7, 2018, by Jennifer Klitzke
Empirehouse attended the 23rd Annual Minnesota Construction Association (MCA) Award of Excellence Gala on Wednesday, January 31 held at the Minneapolis Marriott West. It was an exciting and well-attended networking event showcasing the year’s project awards. Among them Empirehouse earned Subcontractor/Specialty Contractor Project of the Year for Westminster Presbyterian Church expansion and a Merit Award for the Target Center Renovation project.
Let’s hear it for TEAM!
Earning the 2018 MCA Subcontractor/Specialty Contractor Project of the Year Award for Westminster Presbyterian Church expansion was a team effort. Empirehouse partnered with Mortenson Construction and James Dayton Design as the architectural glass and metal contractor and engaged in design-assist services to bring the architect’s design intent to life.
There are many specialty glass features that make up the Westminster Presbyterian Church expansion project, such as a 30-foot wide by seven-foot-high domed skylight, an over-sized sliding glass door systems, a folding glass wall system for sound control, and a structurally glazed point-supported system with heavy-tempered glass fins and glass units treated with a dichroic film application to simulate modern stained glass.
These unique glass features involved a collaborative effort between many members of the Empirehouse Team: Director of Sales & Marketing, Project Manager, Project Assistant, Drafter/3D Modeler, General Superintendent, Director of Fabrication, Project Superintendent, Safety & Quality Manager, and Glazing Foremen to accomplish this project on time, safely and within budget, while overcoming project challenges, and providing innovative solutions for constructability through the design-assist process.
For more about this project, visit Westminster Presbyterian Church.