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Under Construction, Healthcare, Design/Build
Fairview Northland Specialty Medical Office Building

This project is a new Specialty Medical Office Building that will be connected to the existing hospital in Princeton, MN.  The finished space will be a shared specialty clinic that includes a bone and joint specialty clinic with a radiographic suite, infusion department and expanded adult and pediatric rehab services. Image Credit:  Pope Architects.

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Hunt Electric is a national design build electrical contracting firm grounded in the simple, powerful concept of performing efficient, quality work. Our loyalty is to our clients and our communities in more than 40 states.

Your Go-To Design Build Electrical Contractor

Hunt Electric has positioned itself as an industry leader providing the most innovative, high quality and cost-effective electrical design build solutions. Our commitment to cost saving techniques, stringent safety practices, accuracy in estimating and the implementation of new technologies makes us a unique and powerful electrical contracting company. Our vast pool of experience, resources and affiliations puts your project in the most capable hands in the industry.

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Progress at Downtown East Development

Here is a recent shot of the progress at the Downtown East project which will include 1.1 million square feet of office space in two 17-story office towers owned by Wells Fargo, 193 market-rate apartments, about 24,000 square feet of retail, a six-level parking ramp containing 1,610 parking spaces to be owned by the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority and a nearly two-block urban park physically connecting the new Vikings Stadium to the core of downtown Minneapolis. The construction alone of Downtown East will collectively create jobs for about 3,400 tradespeople.


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