We recognize that construction projects impact your business. We want the I-94 Brooklyn Center area business community to stay informed before, during and after this project. This page is your one-stop resource page throughout construction. We will continue to add information, so please check back as we draw closer to construction.
Tools for businesses during construction
The following are tools to assist you as you communicate with your customers, employees, suppliers and vendors. If you have additional questions do not hesitate to contact us.
Email for Project Updates
A great way to stay connected to all happenings within the project is through our weekly emailed project updates. If you are not already signed up to receive these important updates, sign up here.
Embed this linkable image onto your website or Intranet for employees and customers seeking information about a construction project:
We recommend inserting the above image in your Home, About or Contact Us page, then embedding the link to the I-94 Brooklyn Center Project Page within the image. The link to that page is: http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/i94brooklyncntr/index.html. If you require more detailed instructions about how to set up the image, please contact us.
We developed our Business Guidebook (PDF) to help you navigate the construction season. Inside you will find tips collected from MnDOT and examples from other businesses. Download your copy today and learn how to survive a community construction project.
Bids open February 1, 2017
This event is specifically designed to inform women-, minority-, and veteran-owned small businesses of the contracting opportunities that will be available to manage and construct this project.
Minnesota's Commitment to diversity and inclusion
The State of Minnesota is committed to diversity and inclusion in its public procurement and hiring process. Our goal is to ensure that those providing goods and services to the state are representative of Minnesota’s communities and include businesses owned by minorities, women, veterans and those with substantial physical disabilities.
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