BUILDING INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS

August 21, 2015

West Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council to Hold Career Fair

The West Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council in partnership with Holland Board of Public Works and Barton Malow will hold a career fair from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 9. The career fair will support the construction of the new Holland Energy Park and is ideal for boilermakers, bricklayers, carpenters, electricians, insulators, ironworkers, laborers, millwrights, operating engineers,roofers, sheet metal workers and plumber and pipefitters.

August 21, 2015

Barton Malow, MIOSHA Sign Partnership to Protect Workers During Holland Energy Project

Barton Malow Construction Services, the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) and the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) signed a formal partnership with the goal of zero worker injuries, accidents and near misses during the construction of a gas turbine electric power generation facility in Holland.

August 19, 2015

Flying Squirrels Announce Field of Dreams Fest

The Flying Squirrels and Richmond International Raceway revealed their partnership with the Barton Malow Foundation and plans for the upcoming RVA Field of Dreams Fest.

Come October 2, Richmonders will have a chance to kick back and unwind at the Diamond with local craft beers, food and live music, while supporting a good cause.The proceeds from each ticket sale will go to benefit inner city youth baseball and STEM learning opportunities.

August 14, 2015

Barton Malow Celebrates 10 Consecutive Years on the List of Best and Brightest Companies to Work For

Southfield, MI – August 14, 2015 – Among hundreds of companies competing for a place on the 2015 list of Metropolitan Detroit's 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For, Barton Malow has again made the list.  This year marks the 10th consecutive year that the company has earned the honor, which is awarded annually by the Michiga

August 12, 2015

Daytona Rising Construction on Track to Meet January Opening

$400 Million Motorsports Stadium is 85 Percent Complete

The heavy lifting for Daytona Rising at Daytona International Speedway is done, so the rush is on to install seats and build-out the interior portions of the $400 million motorsports stadium. The last of 40 escalators, which will service the nearly mile-long, 101,000-seat grandstand area, was put in place recently and the concrete roof of the new tower area was completed last week.

August 05, 2015

Barton Malow Company Project Recognized by the Engineering Society of Detroit

Southfield, MI –– August 5, 2015— Barton Malow Company’s work on the St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital South Tower Project has earned a Construction and Design Award from the Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD). 

Projects were judged on effective teaming, design and construction quality, unique or innovative techniques, sustainability, and social and economic significance. 

July 01, 2015

Rebuilding Motor City

With dozens of high-profile projects being built and more in the pipeline, Associated General Contractors of America member contractors are helping to rebuild ‪Detroit‬. 

Read the article in Constructor Magazine.

Photo: Associated General Contractors of America

June 25, 2015

Foundation Work Begins on New Detroit Arena

Building of the foundation deep piers of the new arena will begin this week as impressive progress is made on the site of the new Red Wings arena at Woodward and Sproat in Detroit. A total of 312 drilled piers will be placed 34 feet apart across the entire arena area.

Read the full article on The District Detroit website.

Encouraging Scientific Discovery in Style

The new 3-story Office, Technical, and Education (OTE) building for the Illinois Accelerator Research Center (IARC) is a 47,000 square foot facility that Fermilab intends to use as a location to teach the community about science.

June 16, 2015

For 4th and Final Time, Daytona Rising Pauses for Racing

The ongoing and mammoth Daytona Rising project, which began nearly two years ago, is paused for its fourth “race-ready” efforts, as major construction is halted to prepare for hosting a major NASCAR racing weekend.

That scheduled stoppage carries a lot more weight for Barton Malow, the company serving as general contractor for Daytona Rising, which has a reported price tag of $400 million.

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