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PivotPoint is a half-day of fast-paced presentations and discussions facilitated by industry leaders and made for manufacturing decision-makers. Manufacturers face […]
We are excited to announce the appointment of industry expert, Cheryl Walker, FAIA, as a dedicated practice leader in the […]
WE’RE GROWING AND HEADING FOR THE WEST MICHIGAN LAKESHORE! Progressive AE is growing its commitment to West Michigan’s lakeshore […]
Progressive AE has hired industry expert, Tod R. Stevens, AIA, as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. Stevens […]
Brightmoor Christian Church in Novi, MI, has received a national Solomon Award for excellence in design. The large expansion and […]
Following their merger in 2016, ai Design Group officially adopted the Progressive AE name on November 1, 2017. The two […]
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 NAVIGATING YOUR NEXT GROWTH PROGRAM A webinar specifically for worship organizations. Renovate and expand or build […]
The latest edition of Design Fuel, Progressive AE’s biannual company newsletter, is out! In this edition we introduce the newest […]
Our Grand Rapids office earned a 2017 Governor’s Fitness Award for “Healthy Workplace.”
Three projects, St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church, Mary Free Bed YMCA and Mercy Health St. Mary’s Cafeteria, brought home awards from AIA Grand Rapids.
I am happy to announce that Progressive AE is expanding through a merger with ai Design Group, an architecture and interior design firm based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Thom Danckaert, Lead Design Architect with Progressive AE, has been named Young Architect of the Year by AIA Michigan.
Part of the joy that comes with the holiday season are the abundant opportunities to give back and help support […]
The new Mary Free Bed YMCA has received the world’s first Global Universal Design Certification from the Global Universal Design […]
The project offered an opportunity to explore how a small urban project might create a “third space” beyond the home or workplace to engage with ourselves, our community and the city.
Inspired by the intricate mapping of social networks and the fabric of Grand Rapids communities.
This immersive installation is intended to delight and surprise by promoting active participation and providing points to observe that curious exploration.
Our proposal is artisanal at its heart, empowering the unique and encouraging the pirate in everyone.
“Exhibits the highest level of consideration, care and passion for his clients, co-workers and community” and “his mastery of design is exemplary” were used to describe Bryan’s character by those who nominated him for the award.
We seek to investigate, develop, and build an engaging, joyful, and performative folly that welcomes people to laugh and play, sit and stay, listen and speak to each other.
Once recognized as an industrial leader, The Well will catapult Detroit to the forefront of research in Fuel, Food, and water filtration.