The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden renovation project was featured in the December issue of Electrical Contractor Magazine. We were proud to be a part of this landmark project with Mortenson Construction, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, and the entire project team.
By Claire Swedberg
Published in Electrical Contractor Magazine in December 2018
A Twin Cities art landmark got an efficiency and aesthetic rebuild last year that brings its exhibits to life after dark. The Walker Art Center and the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) have renovated the 11-acre Minneapolis Sculpture Garden to provide lighting, sustainability and accessibility to its growing permanent art collection. The installation, including aesthetic and outdoor lighting, was provided by electrical contractor OlympiaTech Electric, Plymouth, Minn. Mortenson Construction served as the general contractor, and Oslund & Associates and Snow Kreilich Architects provided the project architecture.