WMU constructed new residence halls for the first time since the 1960s. This effort included demolishing two existing residence halls and redeveloping the site with two state-of-the-art residence halls and open space areas to meet the current needs of the
Fishbeck completed a facility condition assessment, a feasibility study with estimates of construction costs, and commenced with the construction documents for the Youth Services area in spring 2012. Construction in this area was completed during summer.
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.
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.