Flannery Construction in the News
St. Paul Brunch Favorite The Buttered Tin to open in Minneapolis Location
Bring Me The News, June 2021
Flannery Construction is proud to play a role in bringing The Buttered Tin to Northeast Minneapolis. The restaurant and bakery will open in late July in the Gateway Northeast Building at 2445 Northeast Marshall St., opposite Betty Danger’s Animal Farm.
H. White Men’s Room breaks ground for new coffee shop addition in north Minneapolis
Star Tribune, March 2021
Flannery Construction is part of the team “restructuring Houston White’s existing 1,100-square-foot barbershop and retail store and building another 700 square-foot structure to house the coffee shop and a small retail store.”
Aeon breaks ground on 70-unit affordable housing development in Edina
Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, January 2021
Flannery Construction is proud to work on this project along with partners including Haven Housing, the Schulze Family Foundation, U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation, and the City of Edina.
St. Paul Business Awards recognize Candyland, Flannery Construction, Jandrich Floral, Karibu Grocery
Pioneer Press, November 2020
The Good Neighbor Award was awarded to Flannery Construction for our dedication to improving the community.
A new honor for women in construction
Finance & Construction, February 2020
President Jamey Flannery was a finalist for a Top Women in Construction award.
Finance & Commerce announces Top Projects of 2019 honorees
Flannery Construction’s Celeste Hotel of St. Paul project is among Finance & Commerce’s “impressive collection of projects” honored in its 2019 annual Top Projects award.
Midwest Home, October 2018
Flannery Construction’s work is featured in this piece on the historic renovation of a St. Paul Victorian home built in 1885. The project included a full kitchen remodel, which honored the home’s history while updating it with 21st-century conveniences.
Table of Experts: Design & Construction
Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal, August 2017
President Jamey Flannery was one of four participants on this design and construction panel.
40 Under 40: Jamey Flannery
Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal, March 2017
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- Good Neighbor Award, St. Paul City Council Business Awards (November 2020)
- Finalist: Top Women in Construction – Companies to Watch (Finance & Commerce 2020)
- 40 under 40 (MSPBJ 2018)
- EcoBlend Award – (Birchwood Café 2017)
- Precast Institute – sustainability award for Flannery Construction building
- Sustainable Saint Paul (2007) Award – Flannery Construction building
- Seven historic preservation awards
Words from Our Partners
Acme Tuckpointing & Restoration
“Acme Tuckpointing has been in business for over 60 years and has partnered with Flannery Construction for the past 20. We have worked successfully together on projects ranging from small service work projects to meticulous historic restoration in occupied settings to large multifamily high-rise renovations. Flannery Construction utilizes a team approach to all projects. They work closely with the team to determine best practices, cost and schedule on their projects. Flannery Construction works to create a positive atmosphere on all job sites and employs talented superintendents and construction professionals. They handle coordination and maintain quality on complicated projects with ease.”
Nathan LaBlansky, Acme Tuckpointing & Restoration Vice President
“In our 20-plus years partnering with Flannery Construction, the company has been beyond reproach, with commitment to the construction trade in which they deliver honest, fair, quality workmanship at a competitive price for services. I think very highly of the President and Vice President and their concern for the community at large, while setting the bar high in standards. They are accessible and make themselves available to their subcontractors, employees, and customers.”
Emmett Booker, Booker Construction President
Project for Pride in Living (PPL)
“Thank you for your support of our recapitalization of Minneapolis Southside properties. By your hard work, all seven buildings and landscaping have received much-needed capital improvements. The properties are 100% occupied and have helped PPL raise the standard of the housing we provide. In addition, four formerly homeless families have been in their new homes for more than a year now. We just want to say thank you for all your hard work in making this happen. May this be a shining light during the current housing crisis in our nation.”
Steve Cramer, Past PPL President
“I have been completely amazed at everything you have done on this project … The attentiveness and transparency have been completely amazing. I am honored to have worked with all of you. Thank you for your leadership and patience. I would also like to commend Flannery on the diversity of subcontractors on the project.”
Kelly Drummer, MIGIZI President
Community Capital Consulting
“Really clear, proactive communication and collaborative problem solving. One of the smoothest projects I have ever worked on.”
Mike LaFave, Community Capital Consulting Senior Vice President
Public Art St. Paul
“We deeply admire the work of Flannery Construction and how you make Saint Paul a great city to live and work in.”
James J. Hill Center
“I had the pleasure of working with Flannery Construction as the liaison for our historic elevator replacement/renovation project at the James J. Hill Center. We had a fantastic experience with our project manager and project superintendent. As with all major projects, we ran into unforeseen issues. We were able to easily work through issues and come to mutually beneficial decisions. I enjoyed our relationship on all levels of the organization and would hire the Flannery team again.”
Tamara Prato, James. J. Hill Center Executive Director