(TEMPE, Ariz. - March 2, 2012) - Devine Legacy on Central was honored with the Best Multi-Family Project award last night at the annual RED Awards ceremony at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, Arizona.
(TEMPE, Ariz. - February 29, 2012) - A&P has been ranked No. 1 Green Builder by Ranking Arizona Magazine for the second consecutive year. The firm also made the rankings in three other categories.
The Ranking Arizona publication is the result of the larget business opinion poll in Arizona...
From Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce (Seattle, Wash.), February 15, 2012
By JOURNAL STAFF
Work is under way on Redmond Square Apartments, a 154-unit apartment complex at 7977 170th Ave. N.E. in downtown Redmond.
Source American Swedish Institute (MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.), February 21, 2012
Carl and Leslie Nelson Cultural Center will open its doors to the public on Sat., June 30
(MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - February 7, 2012) — Adolfson & Peterson Construction (A&P) has appointed Jeff Hansen Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Hansen’s appointment is effective February 13, 2012.
(MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - January 30, 2012) – In recognition of its excellent working relationships with subcontractors, Adolfson & Peterson Construction (A&P) has won the 2011 TOPS Award from the American Subcontractors Association of Minnesota (ASA-MN).
From Charlotte Business Journal (Charlotte, N.C.), January 6, 2012
By Will Boyle
(MINNEAPOLIS, Minn - December 16, 2011) – A&P has been awarded a 2011 ABC National Safety Merit Award in recognition of the company’s superior long-term performance and dedication to jobsite safety. A&P was one of only 22 companies selected to receive this year’s...
(AURORA, Colo.- December 6, 2011) – Adolfson & Peterson Construction (A&P) has received two prestigious awards for its work on Denver’s landmark North High School, located at 2960 Speer Boulevard in Denver. The school was originally built in 1911. The project balanced a state-of...
From Finance & Commerce (Minneapolis, Minn.), November 28, 2011
By Brian Johnson
Thanks in part to a bit of foresight from previous building caretakers, Swan Turnblad’s former home looks more like its old self again.