Wolverine Building Group has extensive historic renovation experience. From large developments to single buildings, occupied or neglected, Wolverine has unsurpassed expertise in rehabilitating historic structures and preserving out-of-date developments.
We understand the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation, which help determine if a project would qualify for federal tax credits under the National Historic Preservation Fund. In complying with these standards, Wolverine strives to retain any materials, features or finishes that define a building’s historic character or that of the district in which it is located.
MOST RECENT HISTORIC AWARDS
2014 TAX CREDIT AWARD
Cottage 36 in Traverse City, MI, won the 2014 Tax Credit Award from the Michigan Historic Preservation Network.
2012 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
The historical restoration of Smith, Haughey, Rice & Roegge in Grand Rapids, MI, was honored with the 2012 Award of Excellence for Historical Renovation from ABC’s Western Michigan Chapter.