Mitten Brewing Company LLC plans to significantly expand its beer production capacity with a new facility on Grand Rapids’ west side.
As the state begins a study on preserving key highway infrastructure running through downtown Grand Rapids, some urbanist advocates would rather have the discussion focus on reinventing the system to better accommodate a range of users.
Since its founding in 2010, Spectrum Health Innovations LLC has worked to cultivate ideas from staff throughout the health system — from medical and clinical members to administrative and professional service providers — to improve patient care delivery. Today, under the guidance of new leadership, the organization has a more outward view.
A jury last week found that workers at a former Sara Lee Corp. plant in Zeeland are owed wages for time they spent putting on and taking off protective work clothes during each shift.
A new Kalamazoo event aims to encourage people in Southwest Michigan to set aside political differences and start a conversation about building quality of life and a sustainable future.
A move to further diversify its business and enhance product offerings led Grand Rapids-based Gill Industries Inc. to acquire GR Spring & Stamping Inc. (GRSS).
Add volatile steel and commodity prices to the list of uncertainties facing West Michigan’s manufacturers — and in some cases contributing to higher prices for their customers.
A new office chair from Izzy+ offers what founder Chuck Saylor thinks is a new model for product design that’s predicated on the health and wellbeing of office workers.
Grandville-based MFP Automation Engineering Inc.’s focus on diversification led the company to a path of steady growth — and to the manufacturer outgrowing its existing facility.
An April groundbreaking on a $26 million senior living project at the Metro Health Village campus in Wyoming signals the start of what one developer sees as a $1 billion opportunity.
A former Kenowa Hills Public School building in Walker will soon be home to the headquarters of one of the state’s largest electrical contractors.
A proposal with an estimated price of $220 million would give Mercy Health Muskegon not just a new medical center but a new way to care for patients, executives say.
Signing five more health systems into a new reimbursement contract that shifts how hospitals are paid gives Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan added traction to execute similar deals across the state.
An outlook from BDO USA LLP projects private equity deal flow to slow in 2014 as increased business valuations limit the ability of fund managers to source and close deals.
After committing all of its first-year capital, Muskegon Angels LLC may look to spread its wings further in 2014.