Commercial Construction Portfolio In Kalamazoo And Southwest Michigan

Kalleward Group in Kalamazoo, Michigan, is Southwest Michigan’s premier commercial construction company. We’re a leading choice for new builds for a wide variety of commercial properties and remodels of existing structures. Our licensed construction experts oversee your entire construction project, from initial conception to completion. We do more than just build your desired structure or remodel an undesirable property. With our a high standard of excellence throughout the building process, we believe in going above and beyond your expectations and fulfilling all your company’s needs and growth strategies. We make sure all the crucial details are handled and the lines of communication are kept open for a build that stays on track.

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Our Commercial Construction Portfolio

Our body of work throughout Southwest Michigan includes commercial projects of all types, including commercial, industrial, educational, religious and cultural buildings. We walk you through large new build projects from securing permits to hiring talented and trustworthy subcontractors to get the job done and oversee your remodels to keep them from snowballing out of control. From small jobs to large projects, our services include:

Some of our biggest commercial construction projects include the Donald J. Seelye Athletic Facility located at Western Michigan University and the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts building. We also completed the architectural design, general contractor duties, commercial building construction and/or renovations for various projects in and around Kalamazoo, Michigan, including working on the:

  • M-TEC Building
  • Gilmore Theatre
  • Southridge Church
  • St. Martin of Tours
  • Zeigler Automotive
  • DeNooyer Chevrolet
  • Consumers Credit Union
  • Union Park in Benton Harbor
  • Richland Community Library
  • Dressing room at the Lawson Ice Arena
  • Stryker Medical Devices & Equipment Manufacturing Building
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