Building Relationships - Building Michigan since 1885
News and Events
Fall 2019 Print Reading &
Learn to read basic construction documents!
September 17 - October 22
Final Class on Wednesday, October 30!
Gather your flock on November 21, 2019 and
help us reach our goal of donating
300 turkeys to Mel Trotter Ministries!
Lansing - Redevelopment of a Neighborhood Center Into a Mixed-Use Building
Our current Featured Project is the redevelopment of a neighborhood center in Lansing into a mixed-use building, including apartments, commercial space, and an area for the community service center! Members can view additional details by tracking this planning project for updates in our virtual planroom at www.grbx.com | Project ID: 2019-2502.
Not a member yet? Contact us at (616) 949-8650 and ask for member services.
"I am really impressed by the quality of outstanding customer service and expertise provided by the staff of Builders Exchange of Michigan. Their reliability and quickness in posting our bids and proposals has extended our reach in the RFB process and the quality of responses we receive. I wholeheartedly recommend Builders Exchange of Michigan!"
Cheryl Hogan, West Shore Community College
"The Builders Exchange of Michigan is a vital part of our company in getting job leads. Their customer service demonstrates their desire to see their members thrive. When a project was missed by our staff, they called us personally to verify we saw it. We ended up being the low bidder on the job and it was the most profitable job we have had to date. It would not have happened without the Builders Exchange of Michigan. We are glad they are a part of our team."
Jon Brush, Great Lakes Environmental
"I love the updates that I receive every day of projects that are going out for bid. It is especially nice that I can use the filter creation tool to narrow down the projects that interest me. After seeing which projects are available, I am able to go directly to the website and view the prints. The easy takeoff tools make it easy to figure projects out."