Like the cars we drive, building components experience wear and tear and eventually require our attention.
With an increased spotlight on the vital role sustainable design plays in the construction industry, the approach to integration has become more prevalent in recent years.
Whether we are headed for a tough start to 2021 with a COVID-19 cloud still looming or a post-COVID-19 economy in full recovery, capital for construction and development projects will be in strong demand.
Companies that make proactive efforts to support veterans have seen benefits beyond just Veterans Day.
Even before a shovel hits the ground, the impact of COVID-19 is changing the way we collaborate with schools.
Public and quasi-public projects that might not have been viable in the past can be structured using today's P3 model to make them viable and sustainable projects.
One of the many significant impacts of COVID-19 has been the reallocation of necessary resources and capital, causing many industries to adjust and adapt their practices. New health and safety regulations, as well as pandemic-related closures, have led to changes in processes and priorities in the food industry.
At Rockford Construction, we’re more than a typical construction, development and property management firm. As a member of the Grand Rapids community, we strive to connect with our clients, community members and employees in ways that extend well beyond our work.
It’s a rarity in our industry for firms to offer both construction and property management services. But that unique business model allows us to build with the knowledge of how our clients and customers say they plan to use the building and space through a property management lens.
As we take proactive steps to return to the workplace, the focus to create healthier environments with reduced opportunities to transmit germs and viruses is at the forefront of our planning.
At Rockford Construction, we have a long history of leveraging technology to stay connected and deliver outstanding results for our clients. But like many businesses today, we’ve had to go even further.
Rockford Property Management recognizes these are challenging times. As such, we have taken many actions designed to promote safety while also offering new ways to engage and connect.
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