46 Blaine, MN Schools and Organisations
- 2960 Centre Pointe Drive RosevilleMN5511350502
Mission Helping our members build their businesses – through marketing, advocacy and industry connections. Vision To be the leading voice for builders and remodelers. You'll find many of our 500+ builder and remodeler members on Houzz.com, look for our badge. And for more information about all of our members, visit us online at ParadeofHomes.org.
- 275 Market Street Suite 565 MinneapolisMN55405
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) is a nonprofit trade association committed to: -Promoting the interests of its members within the remodeling industry, and -Ensuring customers have the best possible remodeling experience. NARI of Minnesota (NARI MN) is the second-largest and one of the most progressive of 47 chapters in the United States. We offer our members the advantage of affiliation with a proven remodeling authority, and we provide homeowners the convenience of knowing where to begin their search for an appropriate remodeling partner. Consumers recognize NARI members as industry leaders in their commitment to professionalism, quality and ethics. Homeowners who see the NARI logo on a member’s literature, cards, vehicles or ads will identify that member as a professional, proactive, and service-oriented company worthy of their business.
- 4756 Banning Avenue, Suite 206 St. PaulMN5511050501
The Window Fashions Certification Program is the most comprehensive and prestigious certification available for interior design professionals who want to be authorities in the complex world of custom window fashions. Designing and specifying window fashions is one of the most profitable skills you can have as an interior design professional and WFCP has been educating and certifying professionals in window coverings since 1990. Becoming WFCP certified will give you the knowledge, confidence and credentials that distinguish you and give you a competitive edge as a design professional and increase your bottom line.
Welcome to the Minnesota Chapter of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. Our mission is to enhance member success and excellence, promote professionalism and ethical business practices, and provide leadership and direction for the kitchen and bath industry worldwide. The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) is the premiere association for kitchen and bath professionals.
I am currently a student at the University of Minnesota studying architecture in the College of Design. I aspire to become a licensed architect designing sustainable, and hopefully, regenerative spaces for the public to enjoy and flourish in. My passions include renewable resources and the environment, classical piano and jazz improvisation, digital photography, and many more. I am driven by the world around me and am excited to learn all that I can through both schooling and experience. Top 5 Strengths: Competition | Input | Learner | Individualization | Strategic
- 525 Park Street, Suite 150 Saint PaulMN55103
Since 1974, the Builders Association of Minnesota (BAM) represents members and their businesses at the State’s Capitol, before regulatory agencies and courts because industry unity and doing business with members is good business. Builders Association membership is a 3-in-1 deal and delivers three times the value for your business and bottom line. Membership starts at your local builders association where you join and are automatically a member of all three associations: local, state (that’s BAM) and national. Join by contacting your local builders association, then give us a call (651-646-7959) and we’ll set you up with a user name and password.
I am a first year graduate student at the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities with a focus on residential design, sustainability, retail, mixed use, and historic preservation. My interests include architectural photography, interior design, and fashion design.
- 995 Jefferson Commons Circle #3105C Saint PaulMN
I believe there is a soul in each house that represents its life by people’s treatment. The house is alive by the way that people act and function in space.