Thor Companies, Minnesota’s largest minority-owned business, also is a construction contractor at work on its $36 million, 90,000-square-foot office-retail headquarters complex in north Minneapolis that is scheduled to open in February of 2018.
Thor Construction sees the importance in hiring minorities, women, military veterans, and people with disabilities.
It was October 9, 2013, and a close-knit group of family and friends gathered at our home to celebrate my oldest child’s 16th birthday.
THOR Companies, Minnesota’s largest black-owned enterprise and which is building a new headquarters on the near-northside of Minneapolis, will be honored for its innovative approach to economic development and bringing opportunity to the inner-city
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By Editorial Staff – Feb 3, 2015 Thor Construction Inc. is the only Minnesota company on Black Enterprise‘s new list of America’s 100 largest Black-owned businesses.
About nine months ago, I had the opportunity to participate on a panel with several esteemed colleagues from government, philanthropy and banking to provide different perspectives about diversity and inclusion in our workforces.
Diversity helps contractors tap into minority communities to attract new workers. Thor Construction is able to keep its head above water while other contracts are quickly sinking thanks to an active grassroots recruitment effort.
Director of project management proves that hard work pays off. A Twin Cities business newspaper named Art Gardner, director of project management, THOR Construction, to its 2017 “40 under 40” list of outstanding young business professionals in the Twin Cities.
Construction firm building headquarters as part of $100 million redevelopment project Richard Copeland, founder and chairman of Thor Cos., the developer-contractor that is Minnesota’s largest minority-owned business, was born to a single mom in the former public-housing apartment projects on the near north side of Minneapolis.