William A. Kibbe & Associates provided structural engineering design services for the Walled Lake Consolidated School District for a number of school buildings located throughout southeast Michigan. A $316M Building, Infrastructure and Equity Bond that was passed in 2019 has helped facilitate needed school upgrades, renovations, and new construction including […]

William A. Kibbe & Associates provided civil, structural, and electrical engineering design, as well as surveying services for the south garden development at the newly opened 93,000 SF, $40 million Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital at Covenant HealthCare in Saginaw, Michigan. Design elements include colored and plain concrete, site furnishings, […]


William A. Kibbe & Associates provided architectural and engineering design services for a new 2,400 SF coffee shop and coworking space in downtown Traverse City, MI. Cut & Run is now in the final stages of construction and is located on the ground floor of the recently finished Breakwater – […]

William A. Kibbe & Associates provided architectural and engineering design services for renovations to St. Michael Church in New Lothrop, MI. This historic parish was founded in 1865, and the current church structure was completed in 1920. Beautiful details in this project are seen throughout the renovated sanctuary and nave, […]

William A. Kibbe & Associates provided architectural and engineering design services for a 350,000 SF, $70M manufacturing and office facility for Magna Electric Vehicle Structures (MEVS) located in St. Clair, Michigan, within a 110-acre industrial park. Magna is a global automotive company that has supplied the automotive industry for over […]

This holiday season marks a special milestone for us as we celebrate 30 years of giving to Food for Families at Christmas time. Since 1984 William A. Kibbe & Associates (WAK) has reached out to the community through our annual holiday giving program which has evolved into the WAK family taking an […]

A part of Saginaw’s history came down with the iconic “BEANS” sign and the old 13-story nonfunctional bean elevator building that so many recognized as a part of Saginaw’s identity. The building dates back to 1920, and was originally built as a grain silo located along the west side of […]

The October 14th groundbreaking ceremony for the Saginaw County Animal Care & Control Resource Center was met with enthusiasm from the crowd gathered at the spacious 7.4 acre Kochville Township site located on Bay Road. A new $10.1 million, 23,090 SF state-of-the-art facility will triple the current shelter with numerous […]