Elzinga & Volkers Breaks Ground on $40M of New Projects Across Michigan
HOLLAND, MI Elzinga & Volkers (E&V) announces more than $40 million of new projects breaking ground throughout Michigan.
The new developments will take the E&V team to a variety of locations throughout the state. A number of the projects are currently breaking ground and are expected to be completed in 2018.
"We are excited to enter the holiday season with great momentum," said Mike Novakoski, President and CEO of E&V. "Demand for construction in Michigan remains strong across a wide variety of markets. We can already see that 2018 will be a strong year as well."
Below are some of the major projects E&V has on the calendar:
Midwest United FC: This project in Kentwood, Michigan, involves the demolition of an existing softball field and putt putt golf course. The site will be reconstructed as the home for two new soccer fields, one of which will be lit for evening games. Utilities and parking lots within the Christian Athletic Complex will also be upgraded.
United Methodist Retirement Communities: The multi-phase project in Chelsea, Michigan, will include renovating 24,000 square feet of an existing four story building into staff office space, including 48 offices, eight conference rooms, a classroom and employee breakroom. In addition, E&V will kick-off a 20,000-square-foot expansion and 40,000-square-foot renovation of the existing skilled nursing center that includes private rooms, additional common spaces and a new bakery. The final addition will begin in November with a state-of-the-art wellness and aquatic center. The 14,000-square-foot building will include a swimming pool, spa, walking track and group fitness area.
Creative Products International: This multi-million dollar project in Holland, Michigan, will result in a new 65,000-square-foot warehouse and office near the West Michigan Regional Airport in Holland. Construction will begin fall 2017.
Munson Medical Center: This $14 million project in Manistee, Michigan, includes construction of a new two story, 45,000-square-foot medical office building that will include outpatient services, orthopedics, urology, neurology, general surgery, cardiac rehabilitation, physical therapy, occupational rehabilitation and a new board room. In addition to constructing the new medical office building upgrades will be made to the campus' parking and wayfinding. The expansion is slated to wrap up in October 2018.