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Nederveld Wins 2013 AIA Grand Rapids Honor Award

Nederveld received the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Grand Rapids Honor Award for a Building Project for the Fulton Street Farmers Market with its teammates at Lott3Metz Architecture.

The building award is the most difficult of all of the award categories that the AIA awards.  While this was an honorable mention award (second place), it is still a great accomplishment.

Nederveld Wins 2013 AIA Grand Rapids Honor Award

Nederveld won the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Grand Rapids Honor Award for a Building Project for the Fulton Street Farmers Market with its teammates at Lott3Metz Architecture.

The building award is the most difficult of all of the award categories that the AIA awards.  While this was an honorable mention award (second place), it is still a great accomplishment.

Nederveld architect and urban designer works to reimagine Grand Rapids

by Renato Delos Reyes (Renato) on Monday Dec 10th, 2012 04:01pm in LOCAL LIFE

Mark Miller is in the business of city building. And he and his associates at Nederveld, Inc. are hoping to continue reimagining the City of Grand Rapids.

While working at Nederveld, Inc. as a senior architect and urban designer, he has worked on many projects that have aided in strengthening the foundation of cities.

One project that Miller and Nederveld worked on was the 600 block of Wealthy St., where Johnny B’z Dogs and More, Nourish Organic Market and ROWSTER New American Coffee are currently.

Making It Work When Conditions Are Less Than Ideal

How do you turn one of West Michigan’s most pedestrian hostile environments into a vibrant haven for walkability?  Combine urban design and economic development to create a comprehensive and realistic master plan for the redevelopment of an aging one-mile segment of state highway M-11 (28th Street) into a sustainable, economically vibrant and desirable place.

Grand Rapids DDA Framework Plan

Nederveld is providing urban design services and local support for . . .

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