TAG has provided architectural services in terms of construction cost dollars of approximately 40 million dollars annually. Our firm has excells in designing aesthetically pleasing buildings and additions that are functional and user friendly. We assi
TAG started working with Niekerk Christian Reformed Church in 2003 on master planning. Like many church projects, it took a few years and a couple of committees before approval to build an addition was realized. An important element, besides adding much needed space, was to match the architectural character of Niekerk. The addition doubled the existing facility and included expanded narthex, nursery, serving kitchen, remodeled offices, large multipurpose space and covered canopy.
TAG first designed the new 19,300 s.f. Harvest Orthodox Presbyterian Church facility to house their worship center, nursery, administrative offices and classrooms in 2008. The new facility was designed with the future in mind, allowing for future classroom and worship space expansion if necessary. In the spring of 2011, TAG designed the renovation of the kitchen at Harvest OPC. Converting the warming kitchenette into a full service kitchen meant new commercial grade appliances and a new floor plan for the kichen.
TAG provided architectural services for the new Perrigo EAO East office building in Allegan, Michigan. TAG worked jointly with Dan Vos Construction on the new facility. The facility was designed to create a campus setting with a physical link between the manufacturing and administration offices. The new facility features a state-of-the-art conference center, a fit-for-life exercise facility, large two story office area, multiple private offices and meeting rooms. The new Perrigo EAO East office facility is located on a beautiful site and was designed to take advantage of a spectacular view and to fit the growing needs.
The project includes a new 7,700 s.f. Lab & Operations Center building that serves as the Public Welcoming Center. The building includes conferencing, expansive laboratory, offices, locker rooms, and a lower level maintenance garage. This building is just one of the multiple buildings designed as part of the Clean Water Plant expansion and renovation. The project is expected to be completed in November 2012.
TAG provided architectural services for this new 9,848 s.f. retail store. The new store was constructed on the original building site once the original building, destroyed by fire, was demolished. The new store was designed to make a statement when driving into Grandville on Chicago Drive while incorporating the new City of Grandville's Central Business District Regulations.
A 15, 575 s.f. addition and renovation to Fairway Christian Reformed Church was completed in July 2012. The addition included a new Fellowship Room and classrooms, and expanded the narthex and nursery. Renovations also included the bathrooms, library and kitchen.
The Mercy Rehabilitation Center occupies 18,000 s.f. in the Orthopaedic Associates of Muskegon building. It was designed as a full service rehabilitation center with therapy pool, sports enhancement, and rehabilitation treatment.
The Muskegon Surgery Center is an ambulatory surgical facility designed with four O.R. suites located in the Orthopaedic Associates of Muskegon building.
TAG provided architectural services for this two story 72,000 s.f. medical facility that houses the offices for Orthopaedic Associates of Muskegon. Orthopaedic Associates of Muskegon occupies 22,000 s.f. of the building and was designed with 27 exam rooms, two procedure rooms, and two digital X-ray rooms. The entire facility is equipped for electronic medical records.
TAG designed this 42,000 square foot retail facility.
This is a 10,300 square foot retail complex in the center of downtown Grandville Michigan.
Projects for Ashcraft's Supermarkets have included numerous remodeling and new facilities in McBain Michigan. The Ashcraft family has sold the supermarket business to Spartan Stores.
This two story motorcycle dealership was designed to celebrate Harley Davidsonâ€™s 100th year anniversary. TAG worked with the Harley Davidson Architect, Kugala Washarko Architects, Inc. to design this 52,400 square foot retail showroom. This brick and limestone structure was designed to copy the Milwaukee warehouse district where the motorcycles are made. The interior includes a two story showroom complete with lots of steel and leather. The building inside and out boasts of the Harley Davidson image.