200 SE Oak St
Minneapolis, MN 55414
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Current Construction Trends, Changes,
Challenges and Building Costs
About the Program:
Join Greiner Construction for an engaging conversation on current construction trends, changes, challenges and building costs in our industry. They will share their knowledge and expertise in working on a variety of sectors and project types in the Twin Cities including Workplace, Healthcare, Historic, and growing real estate trends in adaptive reuse/building repurposing. The presenters will also provide comprehensive data including per sq. ft. cost breakdown by project size and current raw material pricing. Presenters are Mitch Weaver, EVP Operations and Spencer Finseth, Principal.
- Understand why clients and corporations in the Twin Cities are spending more per sq. ft. on their office space
- Understand the rise in construction costs. What’s causing pricing to increase in the Twin Cities and nationally?
- Understand the current labor shortage and how it will continue to plague the industry
- Understanding construction schedules. Why contractors need to be brought in earlier in the planning process?
Spencer Finseth, Principal, Greiner Construction
Spencer oversees all new construction and large renovation projects for Greiner Construction. He has managed almost every type of project imaginable including: corporate workspace, multi-housing, hotels and restaurants, retailers and big box stores, churches and movie theaters. His background includes direct experience with almost all phases of the construction process including: estimating, scheduling, cost control, on-site project management, field quality control, and vendor management.
In his 30-year construction career, Spencer has managed over $1B in construction project value.
Mitch Weaver, LEED AP, Executive Vice President of Operations, Greiner Construction
Mitch began his construction career in 1981. Mitch has proven to know all aspects of construction. He spent 15 years as a superintendent then Project Manager, Project Executive and Vice President. Mitch is customer focused and understands that a successful project doesn’t just mean being completed on time and on budget, but also having a delighted client where we have exceeded their expectations.
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