[Above] President John Hink and Vice President Mitchell Cookas accepting the St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce award for 2016 For Profit Service Business Award.
The Japanese garden “Seisui Tei” (Garden of Pure Water) at the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is one of the most renowned in North America. Much less common in the United States, Chinese gardens function more like parks to be discovered than gardens to be admired. Combining natural and built landscape features, and always including […]
Owned by the City of Saint Paul and operated by the Saint Paul Saints, the 7,200-seat ballpark in the Lowertown neighborhood is situated on a 13-acre site, which was a brown field (now a green field). Since the. Since the beginning of the project, the City of Saint Paul, the Saint Paul Saints and the […]
This 2-block stretch of 4th Street is vital to the growth and success of this Innovation District. The project’s first phase will include bike lanes, sidewalks, mountable curbs, modular wetlands, tree trenches, movable furniture, seating elements and a mixture of vegetation to enhance the environment, improve pedestrian/bike access and spur economic development.” Minneapolis/St.Paul Business Journal (Sept. […]
We are excited to collaborate on this great project to enhance the environment and community spaces around Wayzata and Lake Minnetonka! We are going to provide support with the civil engineering, stormwater management, site design and construction cost estimating services.” Minneapolis/St.Paul Business Journal (Sept. 16, 2015) Visit: Lake Minnetonka Downtown Lakefront Redesign
Our Solution Blue team enjoyed providing the stormwater modeling, design, engineering and construction assistance services for this multi-functional network of sustainable stormwater features. The most noteworthy feature is the first commercial rainwater re-use system used for flushing toilets ever in the City of Saint Paul, which is estimated to save over 450,000 gallons of fresh […]