J.L. Robinson Company founded, Minneapolis
J.L. Robinson Company founded, Minneapolis
Goodfellow’s Dry Goods Co., Minneapolis flagship operation that is today known as Target Corporation
St. Thomas Hospital, Minneapolis – first hospital in the Fairview Health system
Chemistry Building, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Standard Oil Stations—a 1921 building permit shows the owner as “John D. Rockefellow” [sic]
Robinson retired and sold the company to Mathew Kraus and Amos Andersen, who renamed the company Kraus-Andersen and later, Kraus-Anderson
Lloyd Engelsma joined Kraus-Anderson as estimator and office manager
Lloyd Engelsma purchased Kraus-Anderson
Defense projects including Camp McCoy, Wisconsin, built Kraus-Anderson’s business and helped the U.S. win World War II
KSTP-TV, Minneapolis-St. Paul, became the first television station in the Upper Midwest
Christ Lutheran Church, Minneapolis – Eliel Saarinen’s simple, modern design has influenced church design for more than half a century
Miracle Mile Shopping Center, St. Louis Park, MN, became the Twin Cities’ first suburban shopping center
Lutheran Brotherhood, Minneapolis, became the city’s first modern office building downtown since 1930, and its first modern curtain wall building
Methodist Hospital, St. Louis Park, Minnesota – Lloyd Engelsma partnered with hospital planners including financier Carl Pohlad to build the first hospital in the west suburbs of Minneapolis
McDonald’s, St. Louis Park, MN – strategically located across the street from Park High School, Mickey D’s first foray into Hennepin County was a hit
Southtown Shopping Center – Bloomington’s largest shopping center (at the time) was anchored by the largest Montgomery Wards department store in the nation
Metropolitan Medical Center, Minneapolis – Lloyd Engelsma and Kraus-Anderson were instrumental in facilitating the merger of Swedish and St. Barnabas hospitals
Maui Hill Condominiums, Hawaii, expanded Kraus-Anderson’s growing real estate portfolio
Control Data Corporate Headquarters, Bloomington – engineered an innovative slipform technique to speed the construction of the supercomputer complex, built to accommodate 2,500 employees
Kraus-Anderson launched diverse operations, including Kraus-Anderson Insurance (1972), Kraus-Anderson Mortgage (1973), Kraus-Anderson Realty (1978), Kraus-Anderson Advertising (1979), each designed to build on Kraus-Anderson’s efficiencies.
Cargill Office Headquarters, Minnetonka, Minnesota – this early example of a master-planned corporate campus is situated in a beautiful wooded locale
Pillsbury Center, Minneapolis – this double office tower project was expedited through careful coordination of workers and resources within one square block of busy downtown Minneapolis
The Mountainside at SilverCreek, Granby, Colorado – this 4,000-acre development became Kraus-Anderson’s third timeshare property, and its first outside of Hawaii
Canterbury Downs, Shakopee, Minnesota – teamwork helped Kraus-Anderson to the on-time completion of the 390-acre racetrack complex just 15 months after being selected as contractor
Fountain Lakes, Estero, Florida – this 365-acre residential community comprises single-family homes, villas and apartments
Ceresota Block renovation, Minneapolis – transformation of vacant grain elevators to upscale hotels and housing spurred on the Mississippi Riverfront Renaissance that continues to this day
3M Research Facility, Austin, Texas – phase I included a 1.5 million-square-foot laboratory, 300,000-square-foot office and tunnel on a 162-acre site
Metropolitan Airports Commission – Kraus-Anderson has provided construction management services on over 400 Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport projects, totaling over $1.4 billion in construction value
Lions Research Laboratory, University of Minnesota – this research facility launched the U’s groundbreaking bioscience corridor and was the first of three such facilities built by Kraus-Anderson
Macy’s, Mall of America – Kraus-Anderson built the largest of MOA’s four anchor tenants
Park Nicollet Tower Place – healthcare, retail, restaurant and entertainment venues successfully converged at this early example of inspired mixed development
Lloyd Engelsma retired, naming his son Bruce Engelsma Chairman and CEO
Phillips Eco-Enterprise Center, Minneapolis – This showroom facility won an Earth Day 2000 Award and became a pilot project for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), a program of the United States Green Building Council
Cabela’s Owatonna, MN – this store began the outdoor outfitter’s successful nationwide retail expansion
Lawson Commons, St. Paul – The office building’s successful completion brought the software company to downtown St. Paul, becoming a catalyst for economic revitalization
Woodwinds Health Campus, Woodbury, MN, became a national model for patient-centered care
ADC World Headquarters’ campus reflected the broadband technology company’s leading-edge perspective
Westwood Elementary School, Zimmerman, Minnesota became the first LEED-certified school in the state
St. Paul Winter Carnival Ice Palace – battling record warm temperatures, Kraus-Anderson led the team of over 3,000 volunteers to complete the palace in just 19 days, on time for half a million visitors.
Thief River Falls Joint Operations Facility – first state building to incorporate State of Minnesota B3 energy standards
Bet Shalom, Minnetonka, MN – tradition and modern ingenuity blend in this facility featuring a flexible sanctuary space and movable wall panels
3 Scimed Place, Boston Scientific – Kraus-Anderson has built multiple projects for the bioscience firm
Vanguard Group, Scottsdale, AZ – this office building, the first built to LEED standards in Arizona, was built for repeat client Liberty Properties, Inc.
Cub Foods, St. Paul – the first LEED-certified grocery in the Cub Foods chain was constructed for longtime client SUPERVALU
U.S. Port of Entry, Warroad, Minnesota, was recognized with a national Government Services Administration Design Awards Construction Citation
Lloyd Engelsma was inducted into the Minnesota Real Estate Hall of Fame by the Shenehon Center for Real Estate at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business for outstanding business performance coupled with a high standard of ethics and sense of community. See video.
The Sanford Center, Bemidji, Minnesota – the 193,000 square-foot arena and convention venue positions Bemidji for major conferences and national acts; and provides a home for Bemidji State University hockey
University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital was completed according to Green Guide for Healthcare standards
Gundersen Health System- construction of the 430,000 s.f. Legacy Building was completed on the active hospital campus over the course of 36 months. The new hospital facility achieves exemplary sustainability goals including 100% energy independence.
Alexandria High School- Certified LEED Silver, this 283,000 s.f. grade 9-12 facility replaces a dated, overcrowded school facility with a modern, energy-efficient and adaptable learning environment.
Groundbreaking for the KA Block: Master-planned, Mixed Use redevelopment of KA’s block in Minneapolis; including 5-story 100,000 s.f. KA corporate headquarters; 17-story apartment tower; 8-story hotel; and Finnegan’s microbrewery.
Groundbreaking for Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center, Practice and Training facility for the Minnesota Vikings
T3 (Timber, Transit, and Technology) office building completed in Minneapolis; the First modern mass timber building in the U.S.
Work begins on The Hilton in Downtown Rochester, 20-story hotel in downtown Rochester.