The renovation of the Sherburne County Government Center's was extensive, and the job site was awarded MNSHARP status for excellence in safety.
Hennepin 333 is a luxury high rise apartment complex 26 stories tall located in downtown Minneapolis. This construction has six levels of heated parking, 283 apartment units and an amenity deck with a fitness center and pool.
Technicians had to remove a portion of the Mayo Clinic Guggenheim building's 6th floor exterior wall in order to install new electrical substations.
The aging hydraulic actuators which helped open and close the massive flood gates at St Anthony Falls were replaced with new electric actuators that will serve for decades to come.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport selected Premier Electrical to install the airport's first major security system and provide a multi-million-dollar renovation in accordance with the Metropolitan Council & TSA.
The Minneapolis Convention Center required a unique and extensive lighting installation with LED fixtures equipped with addressable lighting controls and dimmers.
This project included the removal of existing street lights and the installation of 42 new, decorative light poles. The light pole installation included new conduit, conductors, and service cabinets.
The Carlyle was built with the help of Premier Electric and consisted of a 39-story cast-in-place concrete structure with 249 condo units on the fringe of Minneapolis' Central Business District.
Premier has completed multiple projects for UST since 2005 including medium voltage distribution systems for the north campus and the Anderson Athletic & Recreation Complex.
Premier had the privilege of working on the Minneapolis Convention Center's most recent expansion, which included the addition of two new exhibit halls, a 3,400-seat auditorium, and over 20 new meeting rooms.