SHELBY TOWNSHIP — A boil-water advisory could last up to two weeks for more than 130,000 people in southeastern Michigan as crews repair a water pipe break, officials said Monday.
DETROIT — A judge declared a mistrial Thursday after jurors said they couldn’t reach a unanimous verdict in a dispute over whether two engineering firms should bear some responsibility for Flint’s lead-contaminated water.
DETROIT — A judge handling a trial over liability for lead contamination in Flint’s water sealed the transcript of a hearing with lawyers, a conference held this week while jurors were on an 11-day break from deliberations.
A Michigan-based environmental consulting firm expanded into Grand Rapids.
A recent watershed restoration grant will help revitalize an urban creek in Kent County.
TRAVERSE CITY — The failure of two Michigan dams that forced the evacuation of 10,000 people and destroyed 150 homes was “foreseeable and preventable,” resulting from errors and miscalculations over nearly a century, an expert panel said Wednesday.
What once was just a marketing job opportunity for Jenny Waugh now has turned into a career-long fascination with the construction industry.
ANN ARBOR — Jury selection starts Tuesday in a trial to determine if engineering contractors bear responsibility for lead-contaminated water in Flint.
An environmental consulting and engineering firm relocated its Kentwood office.
A local engineer is using her experience to provide children of color in West Michigan with more math and science educational opportunities.
A civil engineering and architecture firm promoted three of its staff members for its succession plan.
A home building company celebrated the start of the final phase of a pilot program in the city of Newaygo.
Barr Engineering Co. named Ward Swanson its next president and CEO.
The Right Place, Feyen Zylstra and The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center-West will host in-person workshops to guide small and midsized manufacturers through Industry 4.0 changes.
Fleis & VandenBrink (F&V) announced the passing of co-founder Steven R. Vanden Brink at the age of 66. The Grand Rapids professional engineer started F&V with longtime friend and business partner Larry Fleis on Jan. 13, 1993.
The County Road Association (CRA) of Michigan claims another $1.84 billion in annual investment is needed for the state’s county-run road and bridge network.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport’s terminal apron reconstruction and expansion project received the American Society of Civil Engineers Michigan Section’s outstanding civil engineering certificate of merit.
Wightman announced it acquired Reynolds Land Surveying, a Hastings-based surveying business founded in 1987.
The Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan and FIRST robotics are offering a free virtual event for students, parents and companies from Michigan’s aerospace industry.
Grand Rapids-based Prein&Newhof announced it acquired Summit Surveying Inc., a 20-year-old Allendale company focused on land surveying.
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