Mitch Watt

Mitch Watt

As president of Triangle Associates in Grand Rapids, Mitch Watt is involved in the day-to-day operations of the construction company, including oversight of the firm’s business development activities that focus on marketing, sales, strategic planning, pre-construction phases and design-build services. Mitch also serves as project executive on key projects, especially those with design-build contracts. He has particular expertise in facility assessment, master planning, concept design and development, construction documentation and construction services. Mitch has more than 28 years of experience in the industry and serves on a number of local boards and committees. Previously, he was VP and managing principal of URS’ Michigan operations.

ARTICLES

Daylight harvesting saves more than just energy

September 27, 2017
Natural lighting has become a continual request for companies taking on a construction project, and energy savings isn’t far behind. Read More

Time to get creative on parking in Grand Rapids

June 7, 2017
It’s no secret downtown parking lots have been reaching capacity in recent years, both in space and price. Read More

Traditional malls are out — and de-malling is in

January 18, 2017
In today’s fast-paced world of tight schedules and front-door deliveries, mega-mall shopping is quickly becoming a thing of the past. Read More

Is integrated project delivery right for your project?

May 19, 2016
Picture yourself walking into the new Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management building at Northwood University in Midland. Light filters through floor-to-ceiling glass walls and radiates off of reclaimed wood accents. One of your first impressions will probably involve the unity of the space, materials and circulation throughout the building. Read More

A challenging restoration: Bringing life to The Rowe

March 14, 2016
Grand Rapids has a rich architectural legacy, and The Rowe — originally built as The Hotel Rowe in 1923 by Valley City Millings Co. President Fred N. Rowe — blends the romance of history with the promise of tomorrow as renovations restore life to 201 Michigan St. NW. Read More

Building our kids' future

October 26, 2015
If you hadn't noticed, the days are getting shorter and the mornings a little crisper. Fall in West Michigan brings apple picking, enthusiastic ArtPrize crowds and kids back in school. It's also the time of year when you start hearing and seeing lots of information about school bond proposals. Read More