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When Brink Farms Inc. began construction on a rail yard off Turner Avenue in northwest Grand Rapids in 2014, the Hamilton-based bulk transportation firm hoped to alleviate capacity constraints and better serve customers shipping cargo south through the city. 

Published in Economic Development

Investments in rail infrastructure eventually will expedite the time it takes for Amtrak passengers to commute from Kalamazoo to Chicago, potentially cutting travel times by a half hour. 

Published in Design Build

Motorists who spend much time in Ottawa County have long hoped for a north-south alternative to the busy U.S. 31 corridor that passes through the resort town of Grand Haven.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

Two bills before the state Legislature highlight a contentious debate over how and in what capacity governmental bodies should regulate the so-called sharing economy.

Published in Economic Development

Engineering and construction firms must prepare now to be able to handle the amount of work coming at some point in the future to repair Michigan’s crumbling roads, bridges and other infrastructure.

Published in Education

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.

Published in Design Build

New technology being researched and developed in Michigan could help predict stresses or fractures in subjects ranging from bones to bridges.

Published in Health Biz

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