George F. Cook Construction Co.

Golden Valley, Minnesota 55427
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Our Story

Established in 1885 as a partnership between Willard Pike & George Cook, The Pike & Cook Company was an early pioneer in the Minneapolis construction industry. Many of their projects are still visible today and include St. Marks Church, Hennepin Avenue Church, and Dunwoody Institute, which are all located near Loring Park. The company went on to construct projects nationally until the late 1930s, and in 1940, they were reorganized and incorporated as the George F. Cook Construction Company.

The company is located in Golden Valley, Minnesota, and is a fourth generation General Contractor. They provide project management, carpentry, and remodeling services to commercial, industrial, and institutional customers in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Recent projects include schools, community & public safety facilities, multi-family housing, and hi-tech manufacturing.

Total company employees range from 20 to 30 people and include estimator/project managers, superintendents, carpenters and laborers.

What We Do

Products and Services

Blue Book Network Classifications

Commercial Construction Project Specializations

Apartments & Condominiums
Assisted Living
Church / Synagogue
City / Town Hall
Club House / Community Center
Court House
Design Build
Fire / Police Station
Fitness Center
Gas Station
Hospital / Nursing Home
Hotel / Motel
Industrial Maintenance
Jail / Prison
Manufacturing Plant
Medical Office
Mixed Use
Non-Residential Building
Post Office
Radio / Television Station
Retail Store
School / College / University
Storage Facility / Warehouse
Terminal - Airport / Bus / Railroad

Company Information

Year Established:
Labor Affiliation:
Annual Volume:
Company Size:
Not Provided Request
Service Sector:
Public Private
Typical Project Size:
From $500,000 to $10,000,000
Project Types:
Interior Fit-Ups

Associations & Memberships

AGC (Associated General Contractors)
AGC of Minnesota
Builders Exchange of Minneapolis
BXSP (Builders Exchange of Saint Paul)

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