Lindee Repaints, Refurbishes Methodist Hospital Helipad

Looking for a lasting refurbishment of its medical helicopter landing pad, Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, MN, called on Lindee Construction for a solution. Lindee used its extensive commercial contracting experience in medical facilities to find an answer that best met Methodist’s needs. Repainting the faded helipad with...

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Part 4 — Building A Home Wheelchair Ramp: Safety First, Not Second …

When building a home wheelchair ramp, there are crucial safety features that must be employed during construction. First and foremost is the handrail, which is typically installed between 31-inches and 34-inches from the surface of the ramp. The rails should also be capable of supporting a 250-pound load at...

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Part 3 — Planning For Handicapped Ramp Landings

When building a home wheelchair ramp, landings are required at the top, bottom and sometimes at intermediate locations along the ramp. These landings allow a person to maintain balance while performing tasks such as opening doors, resting or changing direction of travel if the wheelchair ramp turns. Top landings...

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Part 2 — Slope Critical In Building Wheelchair Ramp

When building a home wheelchair ramp, nothing is more critical than slope. Anything more than a 1-to-12 ratio is unacceptable. Why? Because slopes steeper than this may be beyond the strength of people using manual wheelchairs trying to use the ramp. It may also cause an electric wheelchair to...

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Building Home Wheelchair Ramp — Part 1

How do you build a wheelchair ramp for your home? First of all, decide the type of ramp that best fits your budget, your home and the person using it. View an example of a “post-and-beam” home wheelchair ramp: Option 1: Berming Berming is basically constructing a ramp with...

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Kitchen Remodel In Minnetonka

Take A Look At The Results Of The Kitchen Remodel: This Lindee Construction kitchen remodel in a Minnetonka home included pushing out the house three feet, walnut floors, replacing the slate stairs and creating a much larger, more modern and usable kitchen space. The remodel required removing the existing...

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ADA Compliant Kitchen Remodeling

When Nancy Smith first glimpsed the Minnetonka condomonium during her house hunt nearly four years ago the first thing that caught her eye was the “big, beautiful deck,” she said. Click On Image To View Project That deck was enough to overcome an interior not conducive for someone in...

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