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Architecture firm wins platinum for downtown office

July 2, 2014
An architecture and engineering firm has resurrected a long-vacant downtown building into its home and a model of sustainable design. Read More

Inside Track: GR Young Architect of the Year receives national award, too

Matt Slagle of TowerPinkster has some big projects under his belt, including several area high school renovations.

April 11, 2014
In June, design architect Matt Slagle will be presented with the 2014 American Institute of Architects Young Architects Award at the national organization’s annual conference in Chicago. Read More

AIA Grand Rapids celebrates design in a big way

Integrated, Cornerstone and Progressive are multiple award winners.

November 1, 2013
The Grand Rapids chapter of the American Institute of Architects recently celebrated the best designs and designers of 2013 with nine awards at its annual reception. Read More

Design firm restores downtown landmark

October 14, 2013
A historic — but dormant — landmark in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids will come back to life this week when a respected architectural and engineering firm begins occupying it. Read More

WMU designs $15M alumni center with TowerPinkster

June 12, 2013
By 2015, Western Michigan University is hoping to have a new home for Bronco alumni. Read More

O-A-K answers $5.4M White Pigeon schools plan

May 29, 2013
Owen-Ames-Kimball Co., a Grand Rapids-based construction management firm, will begin a five-year renovation and improvement project for White Pigeon Community Schools this summer. Read More

TowerPinkster is brewing a threesome

One brewery is expanding, two are debuting, and all are in the same city.

April 5, 2013
The old adage that good things come in threes certainly applies for a local engineering and architectural company, as TowerPinkster has the unusual task of designing three breweries at the same time and in the same city: Kalamazoo. Read More

Tower Pinkster moves into Locus Development building to be 'part of' downtown

January 17, 2013
One of the region’s most respected architectural and engineering firms will be moving into the former Junior Achievement Building at 2 E. Fulton St. later this year. Read More