Internal Promotions at Wolverine Building Group Accelerate Growth
Published in the Grand Rapids Business Journal.
A Grand Rapids-based construction company promoted six employees to senior project management positions.
Wolverine Building Group named Bryan Richardson, Jim Chambers, Adam Groulx, Patrick Schrauben, Ryan Supplee and Drew Sorenson as senior project managers.
“Our team has relied on their collaborative leadership, wide-ranging experience and creative solutions with our construction clients,” said Curt Mulder, president, Wolverine Building Group. “This group has incredible capacity to innovate, process and develop partnerships, improving the industry generally and Wolverine in particular.”
Richardson has been working at Wolverine since 2019 and managed several projects in health care, retail, industrial and residential builds such as Elevation, a multiphase market-rate housing development in Okemos.
Chambers has over a decade of experience with Wolverine handling high-profile retail clients such as Target and SpartanNash. In 2021, he was involved in the restoration and relaunch of the Lowell Showboat.
Since joining the company in 2018, Groulx has led Wolverine’s efforts in emerging markets, most recently managing USG Corporation’s new construction in Sweetwater, Texas.
Schrauben is certified in health care construction and leads the Cherry Health renovation in Grand Rapids. Schrauben has been with Wolverine since 2019.
Supplee has been with Wolverine since 2016 and has been instrumental in many senior living, multi-residential and higher education projects. Most recently, he guided the completion of the Sheridan in Birmingham.
Sorensen’s recent projects, Suroeste Brillante Apartments and Emerald Flats, earned the Excellence in Construction Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors Western Michigan Chapter and a Michigan Historic Preservation Council Award, respectively. He has been with Wolverine since 2017.