The City of Minneapolis has used Workforce Plans for the past six years beginning with the Midtown Exchange project in 2004. Minneapolis workforce plans are focused around the central concept that public assistance given to a private business for economic development should result in an increased number of jobs in Minneapolis.
Workforce plans depend on voluntary partnerships between the City and business. We believe that this type of partnership often produces results that would not be possible under mandatory compliance programs. We also know from past workforce agreements that Minneapolis companies have a lot of knowledge and skills that they are willing to share with students and community based workforce providers. Full list of Minneapolis Workforce Plans and outcomes to date .
See past and present Workforce Plans:
- Knutson Construction Services - Riverside Plaza Stabilization and Rehabilitation
- Central Roofing Company - City of Minneapolis Convention Center (Fall 2009)
- Mortenson Construction Company - American Academy of Neurology Project (Spring 2
- Ryan Companies US, Inc – Midtown Exchange Project (May 2004)
- Coloplast Corporation, Kraus-Anderson Construction Company – Coloplast Corporate Headquarter Project (December 2007)
- Kraus-Anderson Construction Company, University of Minnesota Children’s Hospital – Fairview Construction Project (March 2008)
- Knutson Construction Services, Children’s Hospital – Expansion/Ambulatory Care Center/Parking Ramp Project (May 2008)
- McGough Construction, Artspace Project Inc., Minnesota Shubert Performing Arts and Education Center Project (July 2009)
- Lund Martin Construction Inc., City of Minneapolis, Parking Ramp B Improvements
Online information from the City of Minneapolis at MinneapolisMN.gov/CPED