This 1909 historic Carnegie-funded library has never seen a large renovation. This project replaced the existing roofing system; expanded the services and capabilities of the branch library, adding long-overdue access and inclusion; and updated the facility to address the needs of the 21st century.
Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Michigan, envisioned a new campus facility to house aquatic research laboratories and classrooms, and support researchers and students working with Great Lakes biological, chemical, and physical studies.
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.
Tremendous growth of GVSU’s nursing and health professions programs called for an expansion of the existing Cook DeVos Center for Health Sciences building located in the “Medical Mile” of downtown Grand Rapids.
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.