Work continues to progress on the exciting Michigan State University Business Pavilion. This building will provide a connected, collaborative space. We are thrilled to be a part of this exciting project!
Michigan State University recently released a video on Facebook celebrating the topping off the Business Pavilion project – a significant turning point in the building’s construction. Speakers include Sanjay Gupta, Dean of the Eli Broad College of Business, and Clark Construction Company Senior Vice President Robert LaLonde. Click here to view the celebration.
Demolition has begun at Woodland Mall in Grand Rapids. The Sears Department Store and Auto Center is being demolished to make room for new inline retail and Von Maur anchor store. Demolition and construction of building pads are to be completed in December, with new construction starting early spring.
Here are progress photos for Clark’s 170,000 s.f. CMU Biosciences Building project. Central Michigan University is the client for this project. The site is directly east of the College of Education and Human Services. Click on the photo to see them all.
Clark Construction Company’s renovation project at the Little River Casino Resort in Manistee, Michigan, was recently completed. The project includes three larger conference rooms receiving upgraded fixtures, finishes, and sound attenuation. A VIP lounge received a major upgrade and is located at the main entry of the Casino. Upgrades to the first phase of the hotel (50 rooms per phase) was completed earlier this year. The final venue that was completed was the new sports bar. The bar includes several HD flat screens, polished concrete floors, and a new kitchen. It is designed with local Michigan sports memorabilia and theming.
Just recently several other venues were completed. Those venues include the second phase of of hotel renovations, renovations to finishes across the entire gaming floor, a new High Limits bar, a new Spa and pool(s) area, a new deli, gaming pit ceiling/lights upgrade,
Here are photos of the Jackson National Headquarters 4th Floor Executive Suite Renovation project. We do not use the elevators, and due to lower protruding roof areas, a buck hoist was not an option. Our team is instead utilizing a mobile landing platform and overhead garage door. The platform can be drawn back into the building to allow the garage door to close and seal the envelope when the platform is not being used.