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.
Our Michigan State University Business Pavilion project was recently featured in the University’s MSU Today email newsletter. The story was about the recent topping off ceremony held at the site. Click here to read the story.
Ground was broken last Friday for the Muskegon Community College Health and Wellness Center. The 52,400-square-foot center will include collaborative learning and activity spaces; classrooms; and a health simulation lab to support the college’s nursing, respiratory therapy, medical assistant, health, recreation and physical education programs. It will expand the college’s current Bartels-Rode Gymnasium. Clark Construction Company has managed numerous projects for Muskegon Community College.
Michigan State University’s Grand Rapids Research Center celebrated its grand opening Wednesday with a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony. Clark Construction and Rockford Construction teamed up in a joint venture to manage the $88.1 million project. Attending the grand opening was MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, Michigan Lt. Governor Brian Calley, MSU College of Human Medicine Dean Norman J. Beauchamp Jr. and other officials.
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Clark Construction is also working on the MSU Business College Complex and the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building.
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.
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.