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Inside Track: Ashamed no longer, Schottke leads students on career path

ABC’s director of workforce development knows firsthand that college is not the only predictor to success.

May 27, 2016
Growing up with a professor for a father, Jen Schottke used to feel ashamed she didn’t finish her college degree. Read More

New construction fuels retail surge

But without more development, the office and industrial markets are lagging.

May 27, 2016
The local retail real estate sector is humming, but office and industrial are lagging, according to recent quarterly reports from Colliers International|Western Michigan. Read More

Firm renovates long-standing sports facility

May 25, 2016
A firm is planning a $3.5-million makeover of a long-time sports facility in town. Read More

Breweries and neighborhood culture

May 24, 2016
Every city, town and neighborhood has a voice. This voice represents and labels a community. This voice describes the neighborhood and welcomes people into it. But where does this unique voice come from? How does a neighborhood establish and develop their specific culture? Read More

Senior living community begins expansion

May 23, 2016
A local senior living community is expanding the independent living options at its campus. Read More

Homebuilders start Spring Parade of Homes

May 19, 2016
The Spring Parade of Homes across West Michigan is set to begin. 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

Construction veteran wins Engineer of the Year award

May 18, 2016
A long-time member of the West Michigan construction industry has been named engineer of the year by a nonprofit society. Read More

Michigan Supreme Court rules on wages for civic construction projects

May 18, 2016
| By AP
LANSING — The Michigan Supreme Court has issued a ruling on whether cities and villages have the power to determine wages on public construction projects. Read More

Appliance maker signs deal with homebuilder

May 17, 2016
An appliance maker in the region has teamed up with a homebuilder to outfit its projects for the next two years. Read More