From initial planning of an emerging neighborhood, to executing massive stadium spaces to redesign and repurposing of existing spaces that intercept the trends in retail, THOR Companies brings the right people and the right scale in a speed-to-market approach. Each project points to our commitment to be a multi dimensional resource in improving productivity and well being in built spaces.

 

Project Profiles

THOR  Headquarters

THOR Headquarters

Minneapolis, Minnesota / $36 Million

Owner: THOR Companies
Architect: LSE Architects
Conceptual Design: THOR Design PLUS

THOR Companies is developing a 92,000 ft² multi-use retail and office space in North Minneapolis. The headquarters will house THOR and a number of other businesses, notably Target, creating a hub of economic development on Minneapolis’s north side.

T-Mobile Arena

T-Mobile Arena

Las Vegas, NV / $375 Million

THOR poured 44,000 cubic yards of concrete to help complete this world-class arena. The arena seats twenty-thousand, and features four component concrete structural support columns.

U.S. Bank Stadium

U.S. Bank Stadium

Minneapolis, MN / $1.1 Billion

THOR Construction, in partnership with M.A. Mortenson Construction, built the new home of the Minnesota Vikings and the 2018 Super Bowl. The stadium boasts the lightest and most efficient stadium roof structure in the nation and includes a single large steel super truss that provides primary support for the main long span roof. It also has the largest clear ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) roof in the world, and is the first ever ETFE roof to cover a stadium. This new technology allows spectators to connect to the outdoors from a climate-controlled environment.

Disneyland World of Color

Disneyland World of Color

Anaheim, CA / $5 Million

THOR Construction was the general contractor for the new 400,000 ft² water attraction designed with 1,200 individually controlled underwater LEDs. THOR self-performed the concrete constructing, building foundations, and seawalls. We also coordinated hard demolition, earthwork, and concrete pours with great success.

Mirage Volcano

Mirage Volcano

Las Vegas, NV / $12.8 Million

THOR Construction built 152 FireShooters™. The feature fires flames and fireballs sixty feet into the Las Vegas sky.

TCF Bank Stadium

TCF Bank Stadium

Minneapolis, MN / $288.5 Million

In a joint venture with M.A. Mortenson Construction, THOR Construction poured thousands of cubic yards of concrete. We also installed much of the stadium’s electronics, keeping TCF on the 21st century’s cutting edge.

Hiawatha Light Rail Transit

Hiawatha Light Rail Transit

Minneapolis, MN / $2.5 Million

THOR Construction provided concrete foundation work, pouring 21,250 cubic yards of concrete over 12 miles.

Minneapolis Convention Center

Minneapolis Convention Center

Minneapolis, MN / $149 Million

Through a joint venture with M.A. Mortenson Construction, THOR Construction managed agreements with sub-contractors, and completed the project on time and on budget, exceeding the City of Minneapolis’s expectations.

Minneapolis Central Library

Minneapolis Central Library

Minneapolis, MN / $87 Million

THOR Construction, in a joint venture with M.A. Mortenson Construction, provided construction management for the five-story concrete and glass building, making it the fourth-largest library in the nation.

Heritage Housing

Heritage Housing

Minneapolis, MN / $40 Million

THOR Construction served as the developer of this 171 unit project, bringing much-needed housing and urban redevelopment to the area. THOR and its diversity program achieved 25% Minority-Owned Business Enterprise participation, 10% Women-Owned Business Enterprise participation, and 5% Section 3 participation.

Veer Penthouse Suites

Veer Penthouse Suites

Las Vegas, NV / $6.2 Million

THOR Construction worked with base building contractors and exceeded expectations, completing the project on time and on budget.

Upper Harbor

Upper Harbor

Minneapolis, MN / $350 Million

The City of Minneapolis and Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board (MPRB) selected a team led by United Properties Inc., with THOR Development and First Avenue Productions to develop the city-owned Upper Harbor Terminal (UHT).

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NAU Intl. Students Pavilion

NAU Intl. Students Pavilion

Northern Arizona University Campus

Owner: Northern Arizona University
Architect: Damaris Hollingsworth (RSP Architects)
Designer: Damaris Hollingsworth

The NAU International Students Pavilion is a 10,000 ft² multi-purpose performance venue, classroom, and student activity facility. Completed in the fall of 2015, it was the first LEED Platinum building in the Arizona University System.

Ardrey Auditorium

Ardrey Auditorium

Northern Arizona University Campus

Owner: North Arizona University
Architect: RSP Architects
Designer: Damaris Hollingsworth

Renovating the Ardrey Auditorium entailed creating a new entry as part of a broader effort to make the entire building more accessible and inviting. Thor also created energy savings by installing new lighting solutions.

Bellagio Casino Hotel

Bellagio Casino Hotel

Las Vegas, NV / $6 Million

THOR Construction, held to a strict three-week-per-floor schedule, finished on time and within budget thanks to precise planning and project management.

Lanvin

Lanvin

Las Vegas, NV / $1.13 Million

The construction scope required to build the oldest French couture house’s first west coast location created a unique challenge, providing THOR with an opportunity to showcase its versatility.

Stack Restaurant

Stack Restaurant

Las Vegas, NV / $3.5 Million

THOR Construction’s flexibility and inventive thinking enabled us to stick to the demanding schedule to demolish and buildout 6,000 ft² of space while working with a large team of designers, architects, engineers, and the owner. THOR’s problem-solving capacity and dedication helped us smoothly complete the project while ensuring that the outcome satisfied all the project’s partners.

Wet Republic

Wet Republic

Las Vegas, NV / $3.4 Million

THOR Construction poured more than 2,500 cubic yards of concrete to transform the existing humdrum pool into a water wonderland.

Medtronic Foundation

Medtronic Foundation

Project Type: Market Barriers Assessment

The client seeks to better understand the barriers to employment within the Minnesota Twin Cities metropolitan area. Recognizing the urgent need and huge opportunity to build an equitable community, Medtronic engaged Thor Consulting to conduct quantitative and qualitative studies to create a target market analysis to help Medtronic understand the barriers to employment affecting African Americans and Somali immigrants living in North Minneapolis and Cedar Riverside. Services include: planning, design, consumer engagement/recruitment, qualitative interviews, data analysis, and reporting. Project deliverables include written reports and recommendations to the client.