Commercial and residential development
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.
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.
An Ada-based construction company is ending 2021 with an expanded leadership team.
A mixed-use residential and commercial building now is under construction on the site of the former Goog’s Pub & Grub in Holland.
The upward trend in home rental prices is expected to continue in 2022.
Three West Michigan projects will receive a share of $13 million in tax breaks from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA).
Augusta Tower Technologies appointed Taylor Groll as its new president.
A company on the east side of the state acquired a local provider of gas station equipment installation and repairs.