Seven Generations Architecture & Engineering – Moving to Kalamazoo’s River’s Edge District

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October 15, 2018

Seven Generations Architecture & Engineering – Moving to Kalamazoo’s River’s Edge District

Seven Generations Architecture & Engineering, a member of the Mno-Bmadsen Family of Companies, and the premier 8(a) and HUBZone certified architecture and engineering company, was pleased to announce its move to The Foundry in East Kalamazoo’s historic River’s Edge District on Dec. 1. With the assistance of a $215,000 grant from the Michigan Economic Expansion Corp., Seven Generations A+E was able to secure capital resources to help with the company’s relocation. The move to the larger space will accommodate Seven Generations A+E’s substantial expansion and will help to increase productivity, efficiency and client service. As one of the region’s fastest-growing businesses, the news caught the attention of a number of reporters throughout the state and in Indian Country. For additional information select the links below:

 

Tribe-owned architecture, engineering firm moving to downtown Kalamazoo – Mlive

 

Tribal-owned architecture firm to expand Kalamazoo headquarters – MiBiz

 

Seven Generations Architecture + Engineering Demonstrates Exponential Growth in Federal & Tribal Spaces – Native Business

 

Architecture/Engineering Firm Founded in Benton Harbor Growing Exponentially – Moody on the Market