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"With its turrets, towers and beautiful stone cloak of Weymouth granite, The University of Michigan’s fabled Law Quadrangle is more 18th Century England than the American Midwest. Built from 1923 to 1933, these four Tudor or Collegiate Gothic buildings drew their design inspiration from England’s Oxford and Cambridge Universities and London’s Inns of Court..."
Justice Has Been Served at the Law Quadrangle
CAM Magazine, November 2013
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"As one of the country’s largest construction companies, Walbridge works in various market sectors across the globe requiring a variety of skill sets and an even larger array of construction practices. As CEO John Rakolta Jr. explains, that makes sustainability a quality that goes far beyond recycling or using energy-efficient light bulbs."
Best and Brightest Sustainable Companies Inspire Innovation
Corp! Magazine, September 2013
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"On behalf of all of the editors of ENR and ENR’s Regional Editions, I’m honored to present the winners of ENR’s Best of the Best Projects 2012. These projects are the culmination of an eight-month effort to find, examine and judge the most outstanding construction projects completed between July 2011 and June 2012 in the U.S."
Best of the Best 2012 Projects Announced
ENR Southwest, December 2012
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"Imagine a project diverting 99.24 percent of construction waste from landfills and a city of 50,000 powered by a 10-acre photovoltaic farm. Imagine parking your car at a transit station, entering a four-person, electricpowered pod and being transported to your destination. These visionary developments are actual projects, both completed and in progress, and built in part by Walbridge, a global construction company headquartered in downtown Detroit."
Mary E. Kremposky
Associate Editor
CAM Magazine, December 2012

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