Visser Brothersâ€™ broad areas of expertise span from industrial parks to medical complexes, encompassing a wide variety of commercial, industrial, and institutional projects ranging in size from Ten Thousand Dollars to Thirty Million.
Visser Brothers was awarded this project as the low competitive bidder. The project involved the complete demolition of the existing branch as we as removal of the parking lot and all site amenities. The new branch bank consisted of wood framed exterior and interior walls, wood roof trusses and brick veneer exterior. New site work included utilities, curb and gutter, asphalt paving, landscaping and irrigation. Visser Brothers self preformed all the excavation and site utility work, site and building concrete, steel fabrication and erection, rough and finish carpentry trade work.
Visser Brothers was awarded this project through the open competitive bid process. This project involved removal of the existing building fascia and coping and raising the height of the exterior masonry walls. The renovation work consisted of the installation of new structural steel supports and metal roof trusses to create a canopy covering the building front and side elevation. Aluminum wall panels, standing seam roof, and column covers were installed along he with new think brick veneer over the existing masonry exterior. Visser Brothers self preformed all of the demolition work, concrete, structural steel fabrication and erection, and carpentry trade work on this project.
Built in 1901, Visser Brothers, Inc. managed the interior renovation of classrooms on the 1st and 2nd floors. The remodel work envolved demolition of interior finishes and parition walls to create large open classroom spaces. Also includes was the installation of operable partitions, lighting, power and data systems, and new interior finishes including refinishing of maple flooring.GMB Architecture + Engineering, along with input from Grand Rapids Public Schools and Visser Brothers, completed the design work for this renovated classroom space.