Wolverine Building Group promotes team members

Press Release

By Kate Klemp March 7, 2022

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Wolverine Building Group is pleased to announce the promotion of four team members to their next levels of construction leadership within the company. Cyrus Brandenburg, Kurtis Fritz, David Paquet and Kyle VanDeWeert will take on additional responsibilities as the scope of work expands.


“We’re thrilled to advance this talented group of construction professionals,” said Curt Mulder, president of Wolverine Building Group. “They each bring a tremendous amount of experience to the projects they manage and I’m excited to watch their construction leadership impact our continued growth and success.”


Cyrus Brandenburg has been promoted to Senior Project Manager. Brandenburg has 16 years in construction management and leads the Wolverine Building Group Lansing office’s work with Sparrow Health. In his new role, Brandenburg will directly lead and manage client relationships while continuing to provide construction leadership, management, and accountability for the Lansing office. Brandenburg came to Wolverine through their aquisition of Contracting Resources, Inc. in 2021.


Kurtis Fritz has also been named Senior Project Manager. Fritz’s depth of experience recently brought the award-winning Residence Inn by Marriot Downtown Grand Rapids to life. This complex build demonstrated his construction leadership skills while his work on multi-family, industrial and retail reinforce his value with Wolverine’s diverse clientele.


David Paquet has been promoted to Project Manager II. Paquet helps manage Wolverine’s long-term construction relationship with John Ball Zoo. His passion and knowledge of sustainable business practices has empowered the zoo’s mission. Paquet will more directly lead and manage client relationships as well as expanding Wolverine’s portfolio of Living Building Challenge® projects.


Kyle VanDeWeert has been named Project Manager I. VanDeWeert has played important roles in a variety of construction projects with Wolverine, including Collegiate North in Ann Arbor, Spectrum Health, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital and recently, Cherry Health. He will continue to manage multiple projects and more directly engage clients to enhance their construction goals.


About Wolverine Building Group

Founded in 1939, Wolverine Building Group is one of Michigan’s most trusted and experienced construction companies. With 170+ employees, Wolverine specializes in industrial, multi-unit residential, health care, office, restaurant, and retail construction. Wolverine is nationally recognized as one of the top leaders in the construction industry. For more information, visit wolvgroup.com.