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Project Managers Visit Disability Advocates of Kent County

July 15, 2022

Recently, Wolverine Building Group completed the 8,400 sq.ft. buildout of the headquarters of Disability Advocates of Kent County. The new offices have many universal design features, plus the Wolters Home Accessibility Center that offers demonstration space for the team. This educational and engagement space creates real life occupational therapy applications,… Read More

Inclusive Construction Connects Community

July 15, 2022

When you enter the doors at the new HQ of Disability Advocates of Kent County (DAKC), you may not notice all the slight adjustments built to welcome everyone. The electric outlets above the desk, rather than below, the colorful carpet to assist wayfinding for the visually impaired, wider hallways to… Read More

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Affordable Housing Project Honored with 2022 Preservation Award

June 17, 2022

Published in The Grand Rapids Business Journal GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Emerald Flats, a multi-family historic preservation of National Historic Site Eastern Elementary School, has received the 2022 Michigan Historic Preservation Award for Tax Credit Project. The complex project, led by ICCF Community Homes, was converted into 50 affordable… Read More

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Industry Leader to head Wolverine Building Group Southeast Office

June 9, 2022

GRAND RAPIDS, MI –Wolverine Building Group has announced that Cliff Kilboy will be the new General Manager of its Brighton, Michigan office. Kilboy has over 30 years of experience in construction. He has led high profile projects in healthcare, government, higher education, commercial offices, and historical restoration. He is a… Read More

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Adapting to Growth in Work, Experienced Team Members Join Wolverine

June 8, 2022

Brandon Beinhoff, Assistant Project Manager Isabela Braga, Assistant Project Manager Marcie Britton, Operations Administrator Trevor Campbell, Project Engineer Nick Chambers, General Laborer II Kate Clarke, Superintendent Lawrence Davidson,… Read More

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Senior Project Managers Accelerate Growth

May 31, 2022

A group of eight construction professionals at Wolverine Building Group will assume senior project manager roles as the company grows. Cyrus Brandenburg, Jim Chambers, Kurtis Fritz, Bryan Richardson, Ryan Supplee, Patrick Schrauben, and Drew Sorenson will take on additional responsibilities to ensure the continued growth of the 83 year-old company. Read More

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Clinica Santa Maria breaks ground on new pharmacy

May 20, 2022

Published in Grand Rapids Business Journal May 18, 2022 A Trinity Health hospital recently broke ground on a new pharmacy. Trinity Health Clinica Santa Maria began construction Monday, May 16, on a 2,000-square-foot pharmacy at 730 Cesar E. Chavez Ave. SW in Grand Rapids. The $1.5 million project is… Read More

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Disability Advocates of Kent County & Thresholds move into new offices at inclusion campus

May 13, 2022

Published in Michigan Business Network May 11, 2022 Two Organizations Join Others at SOMI Campus Serving Children & Adults with Disabilities Disability Advocates of Kent County is an organization that strives to eliminate systemic barriers and enhance programs so that people with disabilities can live the self-directed lives they… Read More

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Internal Promotions at Wolverine Building Group Accelerate Growth

May 5, 2022

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,… Read More

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Zoo to Construct New Habitat

April 26, 2022

Published in Grand Rapids Business Journal. April 13, 2022 John Ball Zoo will construct a new pygmy hippo habitat. The habitat is a part of the zoo’s Time to Soar Public Capital Campaign, which currently is at $18,500,000, $1 million shy of its goal. “We knew it would be… Read More

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