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New renderings offer first look inside Detroit Hudson’s site development

DETROIT – The ongoing redevelopment at Detroit’s former Hudson’s store site has entered a new phase — and we’re getting a look at what the interior of the building will look like once it’s finished. Bedrock released the first renderings of

Detroit’s Sachse Construction Awarded For Performing Outstanding Charitable Work For The Academy Of Warren Playground Project

Detroit-based Sachse Construction was awarded for performing some of the construction industry’s best charitable work in 2021. The group received the AGC in the Community award for its donation of services to help build the Academy of Warren Playground

Why BIM, PIM and AI are driving transformation in the Construction Industry

Challenges for the future of Construction The Construction Industry is in a phase of transformation. Deloitte, in a recent trends report, defined rising material costs, decreased productivity due to labour shortages and further regulatory and safety burdens

These 10 new Detroit projects are coming in 2022

Coronavirus variants are still surging across the state and nation, although in contrast to the early months of the pandemic nearly two years ago, construction activity in Detroit is not at a full stop and multiple projects are moving forward. Below are 10

Bricks Return With Style in New High-End Buildings

Masonry is having a moment. Perhaps it’s a symptom of glass tower fatigue, perhaps it can be attributed to a desire for a building material that has warmth and texture. Or maybe it’s the hard pull of nostalgia. Around the city, in TriBeCa, Chelsea,

Developer Targets Second Phase of West Village Neighborhood Development

Four years after opening the first $4 million phase of The Coe, a joint venture between Detroit-based developer Woodborn Partners LLC and Detroit-based North Coast Partners LLC has its eyes on a second phase next to it. The second phase would be

New Research Shows Design-Build Growth Continues Despite Market Challenges

When researchers at FMI Corporation first looked at design-build utilization in 2018, the news confirmed what many in the industry knew first-hand, design-build wasn’t an “alternative delivery process” anymore. New market analysis

Downtown Detroit Synagogue to get $4.5 Million Renovation

The synagogue with colorful windows in Detroit’s Capitol Park neighborhood is expected to get a big renovation. The Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue at 1445-1457 Griswold St. is targeted for an overhaul to every floor, including opening up the first-floor

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