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National Construction Safety Week

National Construction Safety Week National Construction Safety Week provides General Contractors and Construction Managers with a great opportunity to reflect on their practices, search for ways to improve, and to celebrate their accomplishments in maintaining a safe and productive job site. Here at Donlar Construction, safety has always been a top priority and we take [...]
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Welcome Interns

Welcome InternsFebruary 19, 2020 Despite the challenges brought forth by the coronavirus, Donlar Construction has chosen to move forward with our Internship program! Donlar Construction has had an internship program each summer for 4 years now, and every year it has proven a great way to share our industry knowledge while providing hands on learning [...]
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Metro Transit Police Facility Recognized as a Finance & Commerce Top Project of 2019

February 19, 2020 Metro Transit Police Facility Recognized as a Finance & Commerce Top Project of 2019 Congratulations to Metro Transit, whose new police facility in Minneapolis was recognized as a Finance and Commerce Top Project of 2019. Donlar Construction is honored to have served as general contractor on the construction project, working alongside Snow [...]
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The Impact of the Coronavirus and Donlar Construction’s Response

The Impact of the Coronavirus and Donlar Construction’s ResponseMay 1, 2020 COVID-19’s impact goes beyond the debilitating effects on the human host; it is also having a tremendous impact on our industry and economy. Its reach has already proven far and wide, to varying degrees depending on the industry. Building and infrastructure construction, being necessary [...]
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Safety Stand Down

Safety Stand DownApril 20, 2020 This last week, Donlar Construction participated in the National Safety Stand-down, coordinated by the Associated General Contractors of America. Employees gathered in small groups (while staying a safe distance apart) to discuss the virus, particularly the related health and safety guidelines. This was a great opportunity to educate on the [...]
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Overexertion Injuries

As we are now in the coldest month of the year here in Minnesota, the need for cold weather safety precautions has never been greater. Pay attention for these warning signs for Frostbite and Hypothermia: Did you know that overexertion injuries are the largest contributor to workers’ compensation costs? People rarely

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Safety Session on the Cold

As we are now in the coldest month of the year here in Minnesota, the need for cold weather safety precautions has never been greater. Pay attention for these warning signs for Frostbite and Hypothermia: Signs of Frostbite: Reddened skin with white patches, along with tingling, aching, or

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