Commercial and residential development
Execs unsure how Senate vote will affect current bids on construction labor.
The Michigan Senate voted June 6 to repeal the state’s prevailing wage law, and while the decision evokes praise from those who have campaigned for it, uncertainty hangs in the air over how it will affect current bids on construction labor. Read More
‘Historically low’ interest rates incentivize construction company to deliver 248 townhomes across three developments.
Orion Real Estate Solutions is bringing its focus back to the suburbs, with plans to deliver 248 new townhomes across three new developments. Read More
A local contractor is putting the final touches on an expansion and renovation project in Michigan for a supermarket chain. Read More
LANSING — The Republican-controlled Michigan Legislature has rescinded the state's decades-old law that guarantees higher wages for construction workers on government projects, quickly enacting the repeal initiative rather than letting it go to a public vote. Read More
Elzinga & Volkers president and CEO looks to put firm on national map with ‘right-brain’ leadership, employee-centric approach.
With a “right-brain” style of leadership and an employee-centric approach to business, Elzinga & Volkers President and CEO Mike Novakoski is on a mission to make the Holland-based construction firm “unmistakable.” Read More