Items Tagged with 'Tower Pinkster'


Health system opens $7.8M suburban facility

November 19, 2018
A health system has opened a new primary care and urgent care facility in a Grand Rapids suburb. Read More

Governor Snyder appoints exec to Board of Architects

May 7, 2018
A local executive has been appointed to the State Board of Architects. Read More

Change Ups: TowerPinkster hires senior architectural designer

March 30, 2018
Tony Reiner joined TowerPinkster as a senior architectural designer. Read More

Change Ups: Engineer earns design award

March 9, 2018
TowerPinkster mechanical engineer Jonathan Rumohr earned the highest award achievable by the international engineering society, ASHRAE, for his engineering design of Western Michigan University’s Heritage Hall. Read More

‘All boats rise’ at architectural firm

TowerPinkster said healthy economy has allowed firm to add and strengthen services, diversify reach.

October 27, 2017
When TowerPinkster opened in 1953 with six employees, it focused on health care projects. As the economy has dipped and peaked, the architectural firm has diversified to reach more sectors. Read More

College breaks ground on $32M science wing

September 28, 2017
A local college has kicked off a $32-million expansion and renovation of its science hall. Read More

Architecture firm expands services

August 10, 2017
A Grand Rapids architecture firm has a new department, complete with a new leader. Read More

Architecture firm expands downtown office

July 13, 2017
An architecture firm has expanded its presence downtown. Read More

Employers win national When Work Works award

May 29, 2017
A human resources society has doled out a national award to five employers in the region for creating “effective workplaces” that promote organizational and employee success. Read More

Change Ups: TowerPinkster earns Best Firm to Work for in the Nation Award

November 11, 2016
TowerPinkster received the Best Firm to Work for in the Nation Award at the recent Zweig Group 2016 Hot Firm & A/E Awards Conference. Read More