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Construction Management Projects

Oakland County WRC | Farmington Department of Public Works Addition

As a part of public water system improvements being made by Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner (OCWRC) on the City of Farmington Hills Department of Public Works (DPW) site,
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City of Grand Rapids | City Commission Chambers

Grand Rapids’ Office of the City Commission updates that consisted of demolishing the existing City Chambers and rebuilding the space with an elevated Chamber dais.
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WMU | Grand Rapids Beltline Facility Renovation and Expansion

The WMU Grand Rapids campus serves approximately 1,500 students offering primarily graduate-level programs in business, engineering, health and human services, education, and counseling. The expansion of the building was needed to accommodate future growth of these educational programs.
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Hope College | VanderWerf Hall Renovation/Addition

Since their inception, the engineering programs at Hope College have experienced consistent growth. Due to this sustained expansion, many of the courses and labs have been held in spaces converted from other programs within VanderWerf Hall.
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OCM Development | Stan Diego

Bringing new life to a hot spot of burgeoning retail and commercial substance, the new Stan Diego Baja Taco Kitchen invites residents to dine in a bright, fun, and enticing establishment.
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Red Cedar Investment Management | Headquarters Office Renovation

As a newly formed division of a larger company, Red Cedar Investment Management (RCIM) needed a dynamic space for their headquarters operation. This 6th floor, 4,200-sf corner lease space with sweeping views of the Grand River valley provided unique design opportunities to align with the client’s simple design brief — modern, open aesthetic with transparency to the outside.
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University of Michigan Medicine | Cardiovascular Center OR 9 Upgrade

Fishbeck provided full A/E services to support the renovation of a 980-sf operating room at the University of Michigan Samuel and Jean Frankel Cardiovascular Center. The room features Siemens Artis-Q single-plane interventional imaging equipment, six Skytron booms, Storz Integration, Mac-Lab Hemodynamic Recording Systems, and various owner-provided equipment. In this project, Fishbeck used augmented reality (AR) to convey the 3D detailed spatial relationships and 360-degree turns to our client and stakeholders
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