The The McNulty name has been known in Twin City building and land development for four generations. Jim and Tim McNulty's great-grandfather, James, began building and land development in Minneapolis in 1909 as Hyland Homes. Their grandfather, John and father, Bob, continued the building tradition until 1949 when the name was changed to McNulty Construction Company. Bob McNulty ran the company for 45 years until his death in 1996. Among his many endeavors Bob developed the 500-acre Westwood Hills area in St. Louis Park. He was one of the founders and owners of the Minnesota North Stars hockey team and was in charge of the design and construction of the Met Center in Bloomington, which was completed and ready for the drop of the first puck in ten months. He went on to oversee the design and construction of numerous stadia projects throughout the country and internationally, including the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, the Cincinnati Coliseum, and Halifax Nova Scotia. He was a long-term consultant for the National Hockey League.

From the 1980ís, Jim and Tim McNulty carried on this fine family tradition of building excellence founded in trust, honor and integrity. In addition to various commercial projects, they built and remodeled a select number of custom residences each year, which allowed them to maintain the hands-on, personalized approach that has been a hallmark of the McNulty family name for over 115 years. Both Jim and Tim remained actively involved in the company, until Timís unexpected passing in 2023.

Jim McNulty continues to be retained as a building and development consultant and ownerís agent. He enjoys his continuing work as a mediator and arbitrator for construction and real estate disputes.

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