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September 15, 2014

Children's Hospital's New Tower to Focus More on Critical Care

The new DMC Children's Hospital of Michigan patient tower is slated to begin construction in March and open at the end of 2016, with the entire project completed by 2017. Due to the growing number of children who need neonatal and pediatric intensive care, the hospital is expected to be more of a critical care facility than originally planned.

Construction management services will be provided by Barton Malow Company and Detroit-based Brinker Group.

September 11, 2014

Local Economy Also Rising on Strength of Speedway Workers

The renovation of Daytona International Speedway (DIS), known as Daytona Rising, has more than 700 workers on site who are helping to boost the local economy. Businesses, restaurants, and hotels along the International Speedway Boulevard are benefitting during a time that generally slows down at the end of summer.

Read more about how Daytona Rising is boosting the local economy around DIS vicinity.

September 10, 2014

$250 Million Project at Bay County's Karn-Weadock Complex to be Complete by April

A $250 million technology upgrade that will reduce sulfur dioxide emissions at Consumers Energy's Karn-Weadock Generating Complex in Bay County's Hampton Township is scheduled to by completed by April. The spray dry absorber project started more than four years ago and is expected to reduce emissions by 95 percent. Barton Malow and Sterling Heights-based Conti Electric are the contractors involved in the project.

September 09, 2014

$450 Million Detroit Red Wings Arena Plan Focused on Michigan, Detroit Sourcing

Michigan and Detroit-area contractors filled Motor City Casino's Sound Board Theater on September 9 to learn more about opportunities on construction of the Detroit Events Center, future home to the Detroit Red Wings. The Ilitch family's Olympia Development, and Barton Malow-Hunt-White-as the lead contractor-aims to hire 30 percent Detroit-based businesses with 51 percent Detroit-based worker participation. The Michigan-wide Contractor and Supplier Summit provided a project overview and networking opportunities.

September 03, 2014

Barton Malow Announces New Vice President of Virginia Operations

Richmond, VA — September 2, 2014 — Barton Malow Company is pleased to announce the promotion of Erik Eshleman to Vice President of Virginia Operations. Erik joined Barton Malow in 2000 and has been working in the construction industry for more than 38 years.

September 03, 2014

Construction of Consumers Energy's Tuscola County Wind Park Breezing Along

Consumers Energy Cross Winds Energy Park in Tuscola County's Akron Township is expected to start generating renewable energy for customers later this year. The 62 wind turbines will supply electricity to 31,000 homes.

Read more about Cross Winds Energy Park, view photos and a map, and get information about guided tours of the wind park.

September 02, 2014

William and Mary Announce $27 Million Renovation to Zable Stadium

William and Mary recently announced plans for a $27 million renovation to Zable Stadium. Barton Malow will be leading the pre-construction phase of the project that includes plans for a new upper deck, suites, a new press box, and new and enhanced concessions and restroom facilities.

 

Read more about the project, donors, and timeline here.

August 29, 2014

'Starting to look like the picture:' See CMU College of Medicine Saginaw building

CMU College of Medicine construction

Central Michigan University's first College of Medicine East Campus building is starting to take shape and is on track for completion for May 2015. CMU will construct two buildings to make up the College of Medicine. Barton Malow Company will be constructing the first building, at 1632 Stone.

Read more about the facility and view photos of the construction.

August 28, 2014

Barton Malow Working with Consumers Energy to Clean Michigan's Air

A $250 million technology upgrade is nearing completion at the Karn/Weadock complex–Consumers Energy's largest power plant–in Essexville, Michigan. Part of Pure Michigan Business Connect, the project has utilized over 200 building trades jobs during construction. Read more about how this project helps to provide the energy Michigan needs while protecting the environment.

August 28, 2014

Notre Dame Stadium Project to Begin in November

NotreDameStadiumDrawing

The University of Notre Dame will begin construction in November on Campus Crossroads, a $400 million project that will add three academic buildings to Notre Dame Stadium and premium seating to the 84-year-old football stadium. The project is expected to be completed in the summer of 2017. Barton Malow is excited to be working as the contractor alongside architecture firm The S/L/A/M Collaborative, co-designer RATIO Architects, and consultants Workshop Architects , and 360 Architecture.

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