After struggling to find construction workers, Ryan Leestma decided to take matters into his own hands.
A commercial electrical, controls and automation services company launched an in-house apprenticeship program.
Rockford Construction named its new COO.
The LIFT Foundation is accepting applications for its newest affordable housing development.
Grand Rapids-based Vander Kodde Construction has a new owner.
With the support of two private equity firms, a hydro excavation service provider in Novi recently acquired an electrical utility contractor in Wyoming.
A Grand Rapids health system is investing $151 million for three new building projects that will benefit several patients in West Michigan.
An employee-owned warehousing and transportation firm is spending over $8.4 million to build a new facility near Wayland in a move expected to create six to 12 jobs.
A local film and media school began an approximately $400,000 renovation project on its existing building.
Gun Lake Casino donated $13,500 to a nonprofit organization in Grand Rapids to keep its residents warm.
The construction of Kent County Department of Public Works’ (DPW) new $3.5 million administration building is complete.
A Grand Rapids-based employee-owned construction firm expanded its staff by hiring six employees.
Excavation has begun on 30 acres of a golf club property for a new apartment complex in Muskegon.
A Holland-based construction company is partnering with Quality Car Wash (QCW) and Tommy’s Express to build five new car wash locations in West Michigan.
Construction was a pastime in Michael Miner’s family.
A local concrete contractor promoted five of its staff to division management positions.
A car wash manufacturer for Tommy’s Express franchisees is constructing a new $32.6 million facility in Holland.
The recreational area of the Holland Aquatic Center (HAC) will reopen on Jan. 31.
EV Construction last month made changes to its leadership team.
LANSING — Michigan developers with “transformational” plans to redevelop brownfield sites can continue to seek tax incentives after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Legislature extended the program for an additional five years.