The City received funding for a new water system as a part of a Superfund lawsuit with the EPA. Fishbeck was retained to provide professional services for the planning and design and construction of the system.
MSU is expanding the Broad College of Business with a 95,000-sf Pavilion, which will include classrooms, teaching labs, program offices, career management offices, and interaction, event, and amenity spaces.
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
The City of St. Joseph constructed a Lake Michigan intake and shorewell pumping station to provide additional capacity and reliability to the raw water supply, which serves over 38,000 residents in six communities.