October 04, 2018

Diversity Manager Dannis Mitchell Wins Future Leader Award at Shining Light Ceremony


Barton Malow's Dannis Mitchell took to the stage at the 2018 Shining Light Awards Ceremony. There, she accepted the Dave Big Future Leader award and spoke about her and Barton Malow's role in building partnerships that make a difference where we work.

"I have grown to understand that it truly takes a community to activate change."​ - Dannis Mitchell

October 01, 2018

Transforming the Construction Industry, One Robot at a Time


Becoming an innovative force is not an easy feat for any company, and this is especially the case within construction. Industry practices have changed very little over time, as most contractors continue to approach projects similar to way it was done in the early 20th century.

September 28, 2018

Our Own Mike Poole interviewed by Construction Superintendent


What's it like to be great at your job for over five decades? Just ask Barton Malow Superintendent Mike Poole, who boasts 54 years in the construction industry.

He began as a laborer, became a carpenter and moved up to superintendent where he’s served in this capacity for the last 30 years—the past 16 with us at Barton Malow.

September 26, 2018

Barton Malow recognized as one of Metro Detroit's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For


​For years, the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® competition has identified and honored organizations that display a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment.

September 05, 2018

Barton Malow Dominates the Midwest

Engineering-News Record, a weekly magazine that provides news and analysis for the construction world, recently recognized four projects that Barton Malow worked on. From an athletic facility on a lakeshore to a state-of-the-art research center on the hunt for rare isotopes, the company proves why it’s one of the best in the region.

July 20, 2018

5th Annual Golf Classic a Success

The Barton Malow Company Foundation has been active in supporting the communities where we live, work and play for over 64 years. As part of that tradition, for the past half-decade we've celebrated community impact. On June 25, our fifth annual Building Communities Golf Classic fundraiser took place at Oakland Hills Country Club and was a tremendous success.

June 18, 2018

Doug Maibach Interviewed on June Episode of Caring for Kids

This month's episode of WJR-AM 760's Caring For Kids was a special one. Recorded on Mackinac Island, it provided a scenic setting for special work our company is taking on.


Barton Malow Enterprise Chairman Doug Maibach spoke with host Larry Burns about our 250,000-sf Children's Hospital of Michigan project, in addition to our continued impact on the Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation.

April 26, 2018

Interactive Learning Commons for the Digital Age

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), the world’s largest fully accredited university specializing in aviation and aerospace, contracted with Barton Malow to build their new Student Union. This 177,000 sf, 4-story landmark that is expected to be the “Center of Campus Life” will foster research, collaboration, discovery and interactive learning for the digital age.

March 29, 2018

Wayne State University Integrative Biosciences Center: Urban Health Research


In June 2015, the doors opened to the Wayne State Integrative Biosciences Center. What once was a 100-year-old Albert Kahn Cadillac dealership is now a state-of-the-art multidisciplinary biomedical research facility. Experts in environmental science, bio and systems engineering, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, asthma and behavioral health come together to work side-by-side in this innovative structure.

March 16, 2018

Penn State CBEB: Committed to Engineering the Future


In Happy Valley, Barton Malow helps Penn State save time and money with an integrated project team and delivery system. A new 195,000 SF Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building (CBEB) at Penn State University is currently being constructed in place of the old Fenske Building, which was demolished in September 2016. When completed, it will be one of the largest buildings on the University Park campus.

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