Today’s Lansing State Journal features an article on the opening of our recently completed Sparrow Health System Starbucks Cafe project. Click here to read the story about a job well done!
Soon to open on the Sparrow Health System Campus is a new Starbucks Cafe. The previous cafe was replaced in order to meet Starbucks franchise requirements. The project, located just west of our Sparrow Gathering Place project, included demolition of the former cafe, new partition walls, cabinetry, electrical, HVAC/mechanical, plumbing, sprinkler work and decor.
This week’s ribbon cutting at the Sparrow Health Center in Lansing was featured in the Lansing State Journal and on television news broadcasts. Fox47 News had two separate broadcasts about the event.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held today to celebrate the opening of the Sparrow Health Center Medical Office Building. Chuck Clark and project team members Ryan Baar, Josh Vaughn and Alex Newman were in attendance. The 70,000 s.f. building is located on East Grand River near Frandor and its tenants include Senior Services, Physical Therapy, Endoscopy, Blood Draw Lab, Retail Pharmacy with Drive-Thru and a full Imaging Center (including MRI and CT). Congratulations to the Clark Team on a job well done!
Today’s Lansing State Journal has a front page story on the Michigan State University Bio Engineering Building. You can read the story by clicking here. The new 130,000 s.f., four-story Bio Engineering Facility is connected to the adjacent Life Sciences and Clinical C wing.
The University of Michigan-South Quad project held their Dining Facility Grand Opening on Thursday, October 2, 2014.
To read the article please click here. We would like to thank all of the team that worked on this project through the different phases: Rick Hutter, George Riggen, Elaine Hampstead, Becky Timberlake, Jake Carney, Bill Jacobitz, Tom Mata, Dale Hoffman, Justin Bailey, Jade Warner, Brooks McIntosh, Kyle Jobin, Josh Pettijohn and Dave Reece
On Sunday, September 28, 2014, Michigan Athletics joined field hockey alumnae and donors to celebrate the new team facility prior to the teams win over Rutgers.
The event presented an opportunity for alums and donors to see the newly constructed building as well as the new field and grandstands prior to a home game.
We would like to thank the project team — Mark Paulus, Lindsay Kneale and Robert Hofstad — for a job well done.
The Clinton County Building Authority is hosting an open house for its newly completed Clinton County Animal Shelter. The open house will be from 12 to 4 pm on Thursday Nov. 21. A short ceremony will be followed by an open tour of the facility for the public.
The shelter is a 4,700 square foot building designed to house the county’s animal control operation. It has the capacity to house up to 16 dogs and 16 cats, and there are rooms for admitting, treatment, isolation and quarantine, as well as a laundry/food prep area, dog wash, and an office and lobby area. Performing the design work for the facility was Hobbs + Black of Lansing; the program manager for the project was Clark Construction Company; and BCI was the general contractor.
This facility should serve the county well into the foreseeable future for all of its animal control needs. All finish materials utilized where highly wear resistant epoxy coatings that will clean very easily and last for many years to come. Many energy efficient amenities where included in the construction, from LED lighting to energy recovery mechanical units that capture the energy in the conditioned air prior to being exchanged with fresh air.
– Chad Riehl, Project Director
The energy efficiencies included in the project will minimize the operating costs of the facility. Project construction costs came in significantly under the county’s budget.