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What’s the Difference Between General Contractor and Construction Management?

This week, we were involved with two exciting events! We started the process of beginning renovations for Woodcreek Elementary as a Construction Manager, and some members of our staff attended the Building Better Futures Career Event for Holt Public Schools! At the event, we had the opportunity to listen to successful trades workers on what the industry is like and ...
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Physical and Invisible Safety Hazards in the Construction Industry

This week (May 2nd - 6th) has been Construction Safety Week. Companies across the country participated in training, team bonding, and other activities that strengthened their company as a team and their safety protocol. Safety on every job site is the #1 priority for a construction company, and there are many laws and regulations to be followed to ensure every ...
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Build With Us: Clark Hill Law at the Atrium Office Center

This month, our work for Clark Hill Law Firm in Lansing, Michigan was completed! Over the course of 9 months, our team renovated the second floor of a 101-year-old building into a modernized office space for the international law firm. This project consisted of many unique techniques and methods that aren’t commonly done in other projects. Rather than post tons ...
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4 Construction Robots that Lower Stress and Strengthen Productivity

Over 100 years ago, the 1900 World Fair was hosted in the elegant city of Paris, France. Also known as the 1900 Paris Exposition, it was recorded as having the largest participation of any expo at the time with over 83,000 exhibitors, and 50 million visitors across 543 acres. It featured marvels who created and invented what would shape the ...
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Why the Trades Industry Needs Gen Z, and Vice Versa

The first generation to not know life without the internet is now entering the workforce. There are many myths and assumptions made about Gen Z regarding their positions in the workforce, such as laziness, know-it-alls, and they’re ‘job hoppers’. However, that’s an incredibly false generalization, and unfortunately it plays into physically hard work industries such as the trades. With the ...