“We’re thrilled to promote these talented individuals,” said Curt Mulder, President of Wolverine Building Group. “We have a steady stream of work and several large-scale projects coming up that will benefit from their leadership. Their ability to innovate solutions for complex building projects have been essential to our success. These promotions solidify the role they are actively taking.”
Reimink has been named Senior Project Manager. Reimink has nearly two decades of construction experience, handling high-profile projects such as the expansive Kent County Youth Fairgrounds and the new cocktail and tapas bar in downtown Grand Rapids, Gin-Gins. His diverse experience within commercial construction and civil engineering makes him a natural for the cross-pollination that lives within Wolverine’s specialized teams.
Hall is now an Assistant Project Manager, expanding his leadership in Wolverine’s mid-state office in Lansing. Hall’s efforts with construction projects at Sparrow Health Systems has kept work progressing, hitting targets for budgets and timelines. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army, lending is logistic and operational skill to a variety of projects currently underway.
Dillard has been consistently growing her career with Wolverine. Now an Assistant Project Manager, Dillard began her career at Wolverine Building Group as a Summer Intern while attending Purdue University. Working in multiple disciplines, she has worked on several large-scale multi-family projects, industrial warehousing and manufacturing, and a variety of traditional commercial construction projects. She is currently breaking ground on a new, 300,000-square-foot, over 230-unit luxury apartment property in downtown Brighton.