Are you looking to remove a wall and have more space in your kitchen or living room? Perhaps you are unsure if it can be done?

Or, maybe you have a sagging roof, or a wall that has bowed out, or a floor that isn’t level, or wooden posts in your basement that are beginning to decay.

Whatever you need — if it involves structural work and engineering — we can take care of it for you. This is all we do and we are very good at it.

You can have us handle the entire project or help you with only a part of it. We are easy to work with, we are punctual, and we finish what we start. We do not begin new jobs until the old one is done.


structural engineering services

We offer standalone structural engineering diagnostics and consultation, and feasibility analyses. Structural design services are included in all construction projects.

structural engineering services

We can open up a space or even revise a whole floor plan with design, permitting, demolition, and beam installation.

structural engineering services

We fix roof rafters and trusses, pour concrete foundations, replace posts and beams, straighten sloped floors, and repair structural cracks and damage.

We have built a reputation for quality structural work over two decades.

We offer an exceptionally streamlined process and transparent pricing.

Hire us for only what you need — customers who can handle the drywall removal can avoid unnecessary markups. However, if you do need us to manage the entire project, we are ready to help.

Load Bearing Wall Company

Mailing Address:

275 Market St #54

Minneapolis MN 55405

License Number:

BC 706454

We proudly serve the Twin Cities Metro area. The Twin Cities has several local government bodies, each with its own set of rules and permits. We ensure that all those requirements are met. We pride ourselves on being #1 in customer service. We serve customers in Minneapolis and St Paul and the inner ring of suburbs including Edina, Plymouth, Golden Valley, Roseville, and Eagan. Our service area extends to Shakopee and Lakeville to the south, Stillwater in the east, Elk River and Forest Lake to the north, and Chanhassen and other townships west of Wayzata and Excelsior.