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  • Leaders break ground on new Kalamazoo County justice facility WoodTV

    Work is now underway on the more than $94 million project to build a new Kalamazoo County justice facility.

    The project will consolidate almost all county courts in the same building, which officials say will increase efficiencies.

  • Byron Center breaks ground on 5/6 school Grand Rapids Business Journal

    School board members, administrators, students and project partners of Byron Center Public Schools recently broke ground on the new Nickels Intermediate Building.

    The new Nickels Intermediate 5/6 building near West Middle School will be 125,000 square feet and hold 850 students with room for future growth. The new building will have innovative classroom spaces; science lab and STEM classrooms; breakout spaces for individualized learning; a full-size gym; and choir, band and art spaces.

    The $80.1 million bond program is being managed by Owen-Ames-Kimball Co. and designed by TowerPinkster.

  • Coldwater School Board approves projects at Jefferson and LMS WTVB

    The Coldwater Community School Board of Education gave the district permission on Monday night to move forward with installing a new heating and cooling system in Jefferson Elementary School as well as a new cooling system in the Legg Middle School gymnasium.

    In a related action, the school board approved contracts with Tower Pinkster to perform architectural work on the two projects.

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  • Advanced Manufacturing Facility // Process Improvement

    The Lean Six Sigma process is a disciplined, data-driven approach and method for eliminating defects in the process – which is always our goal at TowerPinkster. Learn more from our in-house Lean expert and project manager, Marika Hawes-Ruhrup in our Advanced Manufacturing Series.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Series // Specialty Engineering

    With over 440 miles of building wire, 30 miles of piping used in plumbing and HVAC systems, and more than an acre of snowmelt, the Stryker Instruments project was no small feat. Jon Rumohr, Manager of Mechanical Engineering, shares about specialty engineering in our Advanced Manufacturing Series.

  • Radiant Heating, Displacement Ventilation Create Airport Comfort

    TowerPinkster engineers, Ryan Idema, PE, and Jesse Hendershot, PE, were recently recognized for their work on the Gerald R. Ford International Airport Consolidated Checkpoint. Read more about their efforts to capitalize upon energy efficiency, indoor air quality and temperature comfort, cost-effectiveness, and environmental impact in their published article in the ASHRAE Journal.