December 18, 2014

Barton Malow Hires Former National League of Cities, President James E. Mitchell, Jr.

Charlotte, NC – December 17, 2014 — Barton Malow Company is pleased to announce the addition of James E. Mitchell, Jr. as Business Development Manager.

James will create and lead business development activities for North and South Carolina. In addition to business development, James will be also responsible for minority-owned, woman-owned, and small business participation for construction projects.

December 17, 2014

Groundbreaking For Collegiate Campus In Northwest Georgia

Construction will begin in Ringgold, Ga. this month on the new Catoosa County Campus of Georgia Northwestern Technical College. State and local leaders in education and government broke ground on the 36-acre site in a recent ceremony.

Read the full article in the Chattanoogan.

December 17, 2014

Cross Winds Energy Park Begins Serving Michigan Customers

Consumers Energy's $255 million Cross Winds Energy Park , located in Michigan's Upper Thumb, began serving customers on Friday, December 12. With completion of Cross Winds, Consumers Energy now meets Michigan's renewable energy standard of 10 percent, one year ahead of the scheduled requirement. Barton Malow was the lead contractor on the facility.

Read the full press release on PR Newswire.

Building Communities Golf Classic

For over 64 years, the Barton Malow Company Foundation has been active in supporting the communities where we live, work and play. Our fifth annual Building Communities Golf Classic fundraiser took place on June 25th at Oakland Hills Country Club and was a tremendous success.

November 26, 2014

American Builders 2017 to Host Business Outreach Event

Braves Business Outreach


American Builders 2017 will host a business outreach event to inform the business community about the SunTrust Park construction project. Vendors, subcontractors and suppliers are invited to attend to learn about the project’s construction needs and requirements as well as the bidding process.

WHAT:    SunTrust Park Business Outreach Event

November 19, 2014

Tekla Honors Barton Malow with 2014 North America BIM Award

Southfield, MI –– Tekla has awarded Barton Malow the 2014 North America BIM Award in the Concrete category for its use of the Tekla software on the DAYTONA Rising project at the Daytona International Speedway. Tekla holds the BIM awards competition annually to recognize the innovative use of the software in the categories of Concrete, Steel, and BIM.

November 18, 2014

Daytona International Speedway Works to Complete West-End Upgrades Before Speedweeks

There's a seven-week sprint on at Daytona International Speedway for the workers on the Daytona Rising construction project to deliver fan amenities in time for Speedweeks 2015. Barton Malow is in a race against the clock to finish the west end of the $400 million project in time for January's and February's events. Awaiting final touches are 40,000 new, wider seats and assorted modern-day extras, such as escalators, upgraded restrooms and concessions.

October 28, 2014

Construction of Bloomfield Hills High School On Schedule

Due to a decreasing student population, facility maintenance costs and aging facilities, the community of Bloomfield Hills approved a bond in May 2012 to renovate the existing Andover High School in order to consolidate Lahser and Andover into one high school, creating Bloomfield Hills High School.

October 27, 2014

Barton Malow Honored with Two Supplier Diversity Awards

Southfield, MI –– Barton Malow is honored to have recently been awarded two Supplier Diversity awards - the 2014 “Emerging” - Excellence in Supplier Diversity award from the Women’s Business Council Enterprise (WBEC) – Great Lakes, and the 2014 Corporation of the Year – Construction award from the Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council (MMSDC).

October 20, 2014

Hiring Detroiters is Job No. 1 for Barton Malow

The Ilitch family's Olympia Development, and Barton Malow-Hunt-White [as lead contractor] aims to hire 30 percent Detroit-based businesses with 51 percent Detroit-based worker participation for construction of the Detroit Events Center, future home to the Detroit Red Wings.