Brin Northwestern Glass Co.

Industrial Building Renovation

Brin Northwestern Glass Co.

Fridley, MN

"Thanks for helping to create a great work environment for our employees! The Greiner team delivered a high quality product, on time and on budget! We appreciate all your efforts."
—— Brin Northwestern Glass Co.

About This Project

  • Location


  • Size

    99,358 square feet

  • Year Completed


  • Architect

    Mohagen Hansen

  • Market Sector


Greiner Construction was hired by Brin Northwestern Glass Company to renovate an existing building for their new sales, manufacturing, and warehouse operations in Fridley, Minnesota. Pre-Construction and Construction services were both provided by Greiner on the project.

The scope of work included:

  • Select interior demolition throughout the vacant space
  • Increased electrical service
  • Upgraded mechanical/plumbing
  • Added distribution of water/air/waste/electrical throughout the warehouse and production areas
  • Assisted with crane installations
  • Upgraded heating to infrared
  • Designed and installed process piping overhead and underground
  • Remodeled four restrooms
  • Installed a new security system
  • Created a new will-call and locker room
  • Modified the curbs and gutters
  • Enlarged existing dock doors
  • Installed new pre-cast openings for drive-in dock doors

Construction on the Brin building included 53,540 sq. ft. of manufacturing/production space, 39,550 sq. ft. of warehouse space, and 6,268 sq. ft. devoted to a breakroom, and a conference room, and offices.

This project was delivered by the successful partnership of Robert Dunleavy and Patrick Johnson.