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Construction Notebook

June 30, 2014
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June Notebook

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News

Beacon Hill at Eastgate announces $30M expansion

Start Garden invests $5K in container homes

Armstrong expands online learning opportunities

Kalamazoo firm contracts new leader

Construction alliance earns statewide honor

28th Street hotel finishes renovations

Metal components maker builds plant

Chain builds out supermarkets

Major construction starts soon at Ford Museum

Construction firm builds and sells home for nonprofit

Residential real estate projects on the move in Grand Rapids

Health system plans $24.5M makeover of rehab and nursing center

Consumers Credit Union begins construction in Gaines Township

Architecture firm wins statewide Design Award

Opinion

MIOSHA celebrates 40 years

Worrisome situation in Iraq may impact construction prices

Change ups

C.D. Barnes Construction has been selected construction manager for a 7,000-square-foot pre-engineered metal building at 725 Taylor in Grand Haven after a roof collapsed due to heavy winter snow loads. Also, ALDI Corp. selected C.D. Barnes as general contractor for the construction of a 17,651-square-foot store in Plainwell, its third collaboration with the supermarket.

Elzinga & Volkers Construction Professionals announced the appointment of Scott Lindsey and Nate Hewer, field managers.

CSM Group of Kalamazoo announced the promotions of Tara Nisenson to director of human resources and Suzanne Otten to budget analyst.

Grand River Construction in Hudsonville announced the promotion of Peter C. Elzinga to vice president.

Triangle Associates has named Steven Datema and Alicia Espinoza assistant project managers and Jeff Behm, Adam Holcomb and Vern Sommers project superintendents.

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