2021 Newsmaker: Mike Novakoski

Mike Novakoski

President, CEO

EV Construction

EV Construction President and CEO Mike Novakoski was busy in 2021 as he oversaw the completion of a series of projects.

The construction company served as the general contractor for the $19 million Mercy Health Lab Norton Shores facility. It spans 42,000 square feet and offers primary care, behavioral health, X-ray, lab services, pharmacy, urgent care services, laser and aesthetics, and rehabilitation services including physical, occupational and speech therapy.

EV Construction also was the construction manager for the $40 million Clark Retirement Keller Lake expansion project. The senior living facility features 52, 1- and 2-bedroom apartments. 

The eight-month construction project of the new 4,500-square-foot Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine Center, and Bronson General Surgical Specialists facility were completed, and they were opened in 2021.

EV Construction also completed construction of the Bronson South Haven Hospital. The two-story, 52,000-square-foot facility was a $22 million investment. It houses Bronson South Haven Internal Medicine, Bronson South Haven Family Medicine, Bronson South Haven Pediatrics and Bronson Obstetrics, Gynecology and Midwifery Specialists offices.

In partnership with GMB Architecture + Engineering, EV Construction renovated the Spoelhof University Center at Calvin University. It includes an open classroom for graphic design, studios for Bachelor of Fine Arts students, breakout rooms for business student groups and social spaces. The renovation project began in 2020.

EV Construction currently is the general contractor on a new $32.6 million Tommy Car Wash Systems project that includes building a headquarters and manufacturing facility in Holland. The roughly 245,000-square-foot building will include a production space, assembly area, office space and a demonstration center.

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