Wolverine Building Group Continues to Grow: Continued Industry Growth Creates Demand for Additional Support, Change Up
Wolverine Building Group is pleased to announce the addition of three new team members and the job change of an existing team member. Paul McGuire was hired as senior project manager, Adam Groulx as project manager and Joel Gritzinger as a superintendent. In addition, Marcus Ringnalda accepted a new position as business development manager.
“We’re excited to welcome McGuire, Groulx and Gritzinger to the Wolverine family,” said Curt Mulder, President of Wolverine Building Group. “We’re on a path of tremendous growth. The addition of these individuals, combined with Ringnalda’s new role as business development manager, will ensure the company remains on a path of growth for some time to come.”
McGuire has an extensive background in construction having worked in the industry for over 22 years. Prior to joining Wolverine Building Group, he served as senior project executive at Gilbane Building Company where he managed capital programs in excess of $2.2 billion and oversaw nearly 150 professional staff members. He specializes in construction on large capital projects in the health care, power generation and education sectors, and will focus on Wolverine’s construction management and industrial projects. McGuire holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University and is a PMI Certified Project Management Professional.
Groulx has over 12 years of experience in the construction industry. Prior to joining Wolverine Building Group, he served as senior engineering manager and project manager at Kellogg’s. He specializes in managing projects in the energy, transportation and government sectors, and will focus on Wolverine’s industrial projects. Groulx holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Michigan State University and is a PMI Certified Project Management Professional.
Grietzinger has nearly 10 years of experience in the construction industry. Prior to joining Wolverine, he worked for Gritz Contracting. He will work in Wolverine’s North America division, which focuses on retail and restaurants. Grietzinger is currently working on the remodel of a Target store located in Charleston, West Virginia.
Ringnalda, who has been with Wolverine Building Group for 14 years, accepted a new position as business development manager. He previously served as a project manager for Wolverine’s multi-family projects. In his new role, he will utilize his interests and strengths in sales to engage new and potential customers and generate more project opportunities for Wolverine.
About Wolverine Building Group
Wolverine Building Group is a diverse construction company, consisting of several specialized teams serving markets such as industrial and manufacturing, health care, educational, multi-unit residential, retail, restaurant, commercial office, municipal, and sports and recreation. With 79 years of experience in construction management, design build, and general contracting, Wolverine Building Group has become nationally recognized as one of the top leaders in the construction industry