Contact: Manuel Das Neves
Work 5347 Co Rd 65 NE Remer MN 56672 work
Work Phone: 218-244-4654work
Work Fax: 218-566-4425workfax
Work Email: INTERNET
Manny Painting has been active with painting projects in Northern Minnesota for over 14 years. We perform quality work on both interior and exterior projects, both residential and light commercial. In addition we also apply concrete coatings, as well as countertop refinishing.
Of all the improvements you can make to beautify and add value to your home or commercial building, nothing is more cost-effective or
makes a bigger impact than a fresh coat of paint. First impressions are important. We believe that a professional is best for painting jobs to give that professional look and yes we can fix a poor paint job too!
MaRaj Construction, IncMaRaj Construction, Inc Contact: Mark Rajdl
New construction, additions, roofing, siding, decks, small or large jobs. Residential or light commercial. Travel within 40 miles of Grand Rapids.
Marsh & McLennan AgencyMarsh & McLennan Agency Contact: Shawn Mitchell
Marsh & McLennan Agency (MMA) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh, serving the risk prevention and insurance needs of middle market companies in the United States. MMA has access to broad resources and solutions across all of its sister companies under the Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC) banner. Although we are not integrating the businesses with Marsh, we are able to leverage the value of our respective capabilities and intellectual capital in those instances where there is a compelling case for collaboration between MMA and Marsh.
Mid-size companies need a partner they can trust and that can provide additional tools for opportunity and growth. We strive every day to service those needs. We successfully bridge the gap between what the “big firms” offer and the advice, solutions, and programs that smaller businesses require.
Through the strength of our management team, our geographic presence and our world class services, MMA provides public and private companies with risk management and employee benefit support that helps them flourish. We are proud to provide our clients with best-in-class services that meet their growing needs.
Martinetto Contracting Inc.Martinetto Contracting Inc. Contact: Pete Martinetto
Residential Construction specializing in new home construction with some remodeling with over 29 years in business and service.
Construction will range from new homes, garages, decks, additions, etc.
We offer complete general contracting service from start to finish and service Itasca county and the Grand Rapids area.
MarvinMarvin Contact: Travis Kelley
Why Choose the Marvin Family of Brands?
The people that make up the Marvin Family of Brands are dedicated to enriching the places where we live and work. What began as a family company built on an old-fashioned code of honesty, hard work, and service to their neighbors is now one of the world’s premier window and door companies. Through our three unique brands—Marvin, Integrity, and Infinity—and each brand’s unique offerings of customization and performance, we can provide a solution to any project. For everything from new construction to remodeling and replacements, to commercial building and even historical restorations, we never take shortcuts, and we always adhere to the highest possible standards and the highest levels of service. We stand behind every one of our products, every step of the way.
We make it our priority to be a partner to our customers through every step of the process, and go above and beyond what is expected. That includes making sure our products continue to live up to our high standards every single day.
Matt Smischney ConstructionMatt Smischney Construction Contact: Matthew Smischney
License # BC726716
Matt Stangler Construction, LLCMatt Stangler Construction, LLC Contact: Matt Stangler
Mesabi Range Technical CollegeMesabi Range Technical College Contact: Leo Lukas
High Academic Standards: Excellence comes from excellence. Our academic standards are high because our experienced and exceptionally qualified faculty, staff, and administrators are committed to giving their best to our students. The College has been serving students from the region, state, and world for almost 100 years. Students tell us that what drew them to Mesabi was our reputation as a learner-centered institution, the currency and timeliness of our programs, and our size. Students appreciate receiving personal attention if they need further explanation, help on a work in progress, or simply encouragement. In short, choosing Mesabi Range College will provide you with a cost effective, supportive educational opportunity that will prepare you for your future.
Variety of Employment-Ready and Transfer Programs: Education is about creating new possibilities for career and personal growth. As a result, many of our students in the technical programs often have jobs before they graduate, acquiring the skills most in demand in today’s workplace. Career program instructors work with area business and industry to plan and revise their programs to provide students with what they most need to compete successfully in a complex and increasingly global job market.
Mesabi Range College offers its students outstanding math, science, and engineering courses alongside courses in fine arts, humanities, and the social sciences. True to its commitment to facilitate seamless transfer for its students, Mesabi Range College maintains a dynamic and varied curriculum to fulfill the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum requirements for transfer. As a result of this attention to curriculum, Mesabi graduates transfer to four-year colleges and universities prepared to concentrate on their field of interest.
Midland TitleMidland Title Contact: Sue Tahtinen
Midland Title is truly a full service title insurance company & specializes in both residential and commercial title insurance & closings. Midland Title has a team of experienced and dedicated title professionals who work closely together to give our customers an innovative closing experience.
Midland Title was started in 2000 by Janiel Lee and Diane Peterson, two title professionals dedicated to providing the best title solutions to their commercial clients. With Janiel’s passing in the spring of 2007 and Diane’s decision to close Midland Title LLC, we did not want to pass up the opportunity to continue that dedication to the title industry. Sue Basiago acquired Midland Title and the company has flourished & has grown substantially since her acquisition. She has experience in all aspects of the title industry and is a licensed Minnesota attorney.
MJM Construction, LLCMJM Construction, LLC Contact: Mike Macenski
MJM Contruction LLC is a local contruction company owned by Mike Macenski. We have been in business since 1999 and provide service all over northern MN. We do new construction, remodeling, roofing, siding, windows, decks and more.
MJM Construction LLC is a lead safe certified firm. We have received certification to conduct lead based paint renovation, repair, and painting activities pursuant to 40 CFR part 745.89.
When you’re looking for a contractor, you want to be assured that the company has the experience and knowledge to successfully complete the project. At MJM Construction, LLC, we are fully insured and licensed. We excel at things that aren’t on any blueprint: collaboration, communication and responsiveness. We measure success by both the quality of your finished building project and the quality of the relationship we develop with our clients.
Morton Buildings, Inc.Morton Buildings, Inc. Contact: Dillon Robinson
The legacy of Morton Buildings, Inc. consists of a long history of innovation. The roots of the company go back to 1903, when Interlocking Fence Company was formed by John Getz, Sr., who was at the helm until his sudden death in 1925. He was succeeded by his son Joe A. Getz, president from 1925 to 1963. Under the guidance of Joe A. Getz and John Getz, Sr., a single hardware store located in Morton, Illinois was transformed into a fence manufacturing company. The early founders of the company were able to capitalize on changes that were taking place in the heartland of America. A novel invention that facilitated the manufacturing of woven wire gave the young company the highest quality product to offer their growing customer base. The business soon grew into a small mail order business and maintained 14 retail stores in the State of Illinois to service the ever more sophisticated farming industry.
The company then began manufacturing grain handling and storage products that made the task of increasing farm productivity easier for their customers. Mail order and delivery gave Interlocking Fence Company a distinct marketing advantage and helped build a solid reputation with their expanding customer base. After WW II, farm mechanization exploded both in size and scope. As farm machinery began to grow in size and utilization, the need to house and protect the farm machinery and provide livestock shelter began to grow exponentially.
In the late 1940’s, Henry A. Getz, at the age of 28, while working for his father as a sales consultant, had the foresight to add simple farm buildings to the business, which set the foundation of the company we know today as Morton Buildings. A customer address book initiated in 1950 revealed that seventy-two (72) buildings were erected in the area serviced by the Interlocking Fence stores. Early arched-type farm structures were primarily designed to provide shelter for livestock, as well as to serve as grain and hay storage. These structures were not particularly well suited for storing farm supplies and equipment. But, the ever-increasing sales volume of arched-type buildings began to slow and eventually declined when pole buildings were introduced.
A company out of St. Louis pioneered the use of treated posts with pitched roofs and franchised their operation throughout the Midwest. Henry, who at the time was selling an arched-type building, was faced with a decision to either become a franchisee of this company or compete with them. He elected to compete and began assembling a line of pole barns. Since competition was well established, how to get market share remained the question.
His decision was to do something strikingly different to succeed, which was to set the Morton building apart in appearance. Thus, the painted red gable trim and red door trim gave the Morton building the distinctly different look. With this core philosophy the company grew – always with the intent of providing a better quality and better-looking building. While the construction industry pursued the idea of getting contracts awarded by being the lowest bidder and in the process nearly obliterating the old craftsmanship of quality construction, the company under Henry’s supervision, maintained lasting quality, and backed it with no nonsense warranties.
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In 2017, after over 113 years as a family owned company, Morton Buildings transitioned to 100% employee ownership. As an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) is about having a stable, long-term plan for the company, it also ensures the longevity of a company that has already been in existence for over 100 years.
This means that virtually all of our employees now “own” the business and therefore have a vested interest in creating extremely satisfied customers. From the construction crews to the sales consultants, to the plant employees, no matter who a customer interacts with, they can rest assured they’re speaking with a proud owner of the company who wants to make sure that the customer is completely satisfied and happy.
Morton Buildings has a long history of entrepreneurial spirit. Being employee-owned means that we will continue our commitment to being the industry leader with a focus on innovation, service, and quality. We have plans to reinvest in the business, making one of the best companies in America even better.
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Morton operates over 100 employee-owned construction centers that serve as logistical and local hubs for construction services and subcontract networks.
Morton operates eight manufacturing facilities where many of our building components are produced. Our vertical integration allows us to control quality, timelines, and reduce shipping costs.