Commercial and residential development
A faith-based childhood hunger relief nonprofit bought a former Aldi building in Jenison that it will convert into its new home base.
Grand Rapids-based Owen-Ames-Kimball Co. announced several new hires.
The LIFT Foundation recently received a grant from the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation to help the organization cover the cost of housing individuals experiencing homelessness this winter.
Rockford Construction announced the appointment of Steven Frederickson as vice president, overseeing its health care division.
Pinnacle Construction Group announced it has begun construction on a new ground-up industrial development in Walker.
The construction industry is all about risk taking, but one company has mitigated one of the most daunting risks that consistently haunts the industry.
The city of Grand Haven, in partnership with Housing Next, reduced barriers to the creation of housing at all price points with recent updates to its zoning ordinance and approval of a first-of-its-kind housing development in West Michigan.
After being put on ice by COVID-19 and last year’s state-mandated freeze on construction, Wheeler Development Group’s plans for The Wedge still are underway.
Baker College, which has a Muskegon location, is building a $51 million campus in downtown Royal Oak, at 420 Lafayette Ave., at the intersection of S. Lafayette Avenue and Fifth Street.
The Michigan Strategic Fund approved three projects that “will create vibrant spaces and boost tourism,” including in Grand Haven and Ludington.
The groundbreaking for a new $3.3 million locker room facility on Hope College’s athletic complex took place earlier this week.
Single-family home construction shows a strong pandemic recovery, according to the latest numbers from the Home Builders Association of Michigan
Residential solar saw a steep decline in installations early in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic swept the U.S., but POWERHOME SOLAR, a North Carolina residential solar company with strong business ties in Michigan, reported exponential growth last year.
The Literacy Center of West Michigan has moved to the second phase of a $750,000 U.S. Department of Education challenge to advance pre-apprenticeship programs for adults.
The Grand Rapids City Commission kicked off its new legislative year focusing on job and housing creation.
LANSING — A new statewide program aims to block COVID-19 from spreading through the air of Michigan’s school classrooms.
West Michigan’s Erhardt Construction has added to its female leadership team with the hiring of Melissa Hruska, its fifth female project manager.
The Construction Allies in Action initiative is seeking minority contractors to enroll in the Strong Foundations Program, which will give minority construction companies the skills they need to not only sustain but also grow their businesses in Michigan.
Wheeler Development Group and Orion Construction completed the Michigan Meadows townhomes in Grand Rapids.
Slowed but not stopped by the pandemic, Kalamazoo-based Treystar, Catalyst Development and the city of Kalamazoo continue to work toward the completion of Haymarket Plaza thanks to a fully funded community campaign.
The Kent County Dispatch Authority completed the construction and installation of a new $25 million countywide digital radio system for police, fire and emergency response personnel.
Sable Homes of Rockford, Newaygo County and the Michigan Land Bank Authority came together to execute a first-of-its-kind use of brownfield incentives to support construction of 20 new workforce homes in the city of Newaygo.
After nearly a year of development, Samaritas has opened the Senior Affordable Living Community and West Michigan Child and Family Campus, located on the former grounds of the historic St. Joseph Seminary in Grand Rapids.
A volunteer-led group is finalizing plans to begin a $2 million restoration project of the Ecliptic at Rosa Parks Circle.