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  • MBJ Teaches at UMN

    September 8, 2021 – As in years past, MBJ engineers are returning to the University of Minnesota this year to teach classes in structural engineering for both the Architecture and Construction Management Departments. Our engineers are excited to pass on their theoretical and practical knowledge gained through experience in their field. Teaching this year are:

    Cullen O’Neill, PE – Instructor for CMgt 4544, Materials and Structures I, Fall 2021
    Marah Sobczak, EIT – Teaching Assistant for CMgt 4544, Materials and Structures I, Fall 2021
    Meghan Cronin, PE – Instructor for ARCH 4571, Architectural Structures I, Fall 2021
    Saura Jost, PE – Instructor for ARCH 5561, Architectural Structures, Spring 2022
    Cat Lumintap, EIT – Instructor for ARCH 5564, Building Structural Systems, Fall 2021
    J.W. Murphy Curran, PE, SE – Studio Advisor for ARCH 5564, Building Structural Systems, Fall 2021
    Lindsey Lyrenmann, PE, SE – Studio Advisor for ARCH 5564, Building Structural Systems, Fall 2021

    Staff are shown below in the order mentioned above.

  • USS AZ Gardens ENR Winner

    August 18, 2021 – MBJ is honored to have been the structural engineer of record on the USS Arizona Memorial Gardens, which has won a Best Projects award from Engineering News Record Southwest in the Landscape/Urban Development category. The 5-acre memorial, dedicated to the crew of the USS Arizona, takes its form and dimensions from the original ship and is delineated by lit columns representing each of the crew members. At the center of the gardens is a building that houses a 4800 pound relic of the ship, surrounded by a plaza and reflecting pool.

    To learn more about the memorial, click here.

  • Jost Interviewed on ACE Mentorship

    August 12, 2021 – MBJ ACE champion Saura Jost recently participated in a podcast panel discussion about ACE and its benefits to both employers and students. A Twin Cities ACE board member and longtime ACE mentor, Saura talked about how the Twin Cities program has expanded to draw more mentors and include more students as well as how businesses can get involved. Other guest speakers were Monica Worheide, National Director of Affiliates, and Khalil Berryhill, Regional director and former mentor and student.

    ACE is a free mentorship program that introduces high school students to the fields of architecture, construction, and engineering. The program also awards $2.5 million in annual scholarships to students pursuing industry related careers.

    The podcast, called ilume, is produced by Kraus-Anderson Insurance and can be found on KA’s web site as well as iTunes, Spotify, or Amazon Music.

  • NordHaus Apartments

  • Contour Condominiums

  • HQ Apartments

  • Minnesota Children's Museum

  • Tate Hall

  • MSP Parking Management

  • Fast Horse Office

  • maurices Headquarters

  • Westminster Church

  • Tashjian Bee Center