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Finding a fresh and smart perspective for your company

February 19, 2018
Are there any other business owners out there with a New Year’s resolution in place for their company? I know I have not always been as successful as I would have liked with my personal resolutions in the past, mostly because I did not tell anyone and only had myself to hold me accountable! Read More

Muskegon’s initial ‘skyscraper’ is reborn

Highpoint Flats apartment complex also will feature ground-floor retail space, office space.

February 16, 2018
After a nearly decade-long hiatus, including almost two years in planning and construction, Highpoint Flats Apartments is set for completion in late May. Read More

Triangle builds on first 100 years

General contractor braces for future growth, marks anniversary with volunteer service.

February 16, 2018
One hundred years after a Grand Rapids carpenter and his two sons founded what would become Triangle Associates Inc., the long-standing general contractor still is growing and bracing for a tight project schedule in summer 2018. Read More

Construction firm appoints top execs

February 15, 2018
A construction firm in the region has made three appointments to its senior leadership team. Read More

Credit union completes $1.2M branch

February 15, 2018
A local credit union has built a new $1.2-million branch in the area. Read More

Former moulding executive pays it forward

Steve Johandes starts advisory firm to help owners, family offices look beyond the now.

February 9, 2018
Steve Johandes has witnessed plenty of change in the business world over the years, and now he wants to pass on the insights he has learned. Read More

Michigan sees housing permit increase

Homebuilders express concern current strains on construction industry could obstruct future growth.

February 9, 2018
The percentage of housing permits issued in the state of Michigan in 2017 is strong compared to the year before, but homebuilders still are concerned current strains on the construction industry could hinder future growth. Read More

College renovating building for product design program

February 7, 2018
A college in the region is renovating one of its buildings to create a home for its product design program. Read More

Governor Snyder wants to boost funding for water infrastructure

February 6, 2018
| By AP
LANSING — Michigan Governor Rick Snyder wants to improve the state's water infrastructure by investing $110 million annually to help ensure access to safe drinking water. Read More

OSHA cracks down on silica violations

Construction companies can be fined as much as $129,336 for repeated infractions.

February 2, 2018
The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration instituted new penalties for construction companies. Read More