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Another Gateway Project Completed:
Rayyan Community Center, Plymouth Michigan – Cost 5 M
Gateway is a professional Civil, Structural, and Architectural Design firm qualified to lead from concept to configuration. Founded in 1995, Gateway has built and maintained a sound reputation as a fundamental Michigan based firm. Gateway’s purpose, is to champion a distinguished level of multidisciplinary thinking. Our personnel is equipped to engage situations from all aspects and identify opportunities to excel rather than conform. Staffed by a team of vastly experienced registered engineers, architects, designers and industry experts whose weighted talent encompasses your needs. Gateway’s multifaceted experience and expertise allow us to create the scope that meet performance expectations, adapt to change, and position you in the direction of your dreams.
Gateway Engineering & Surveying, Inc. 8155 Annsbury, Suite 109 , Shelby Twp., MI 48316
Phone: (586) 786-5533 – Fax: (586) 786-5575 – email@example.com
American Buildings Company has awarded Gateway Engineering & Surveying a Gold Award as a participant in the 2018 Excellence in Design Competition for the category of Office.
The Excellence in Design Competition offers a compelling outlet for inspiring new designs that illustrate the many ways metal building systems can meet varying construction needs, regardless of size or complexity.
To learn more about the American Buildings Company 2018 Exellence in Design competition – click here
Architectural Design and Construction Management in Michigan by Gateway Engineering and Surveying.
Project: Three Story Building
Description: Mixed Use Multi-Story Structure
Location: Shelby Township, Michigan
Contract: General Contractor – $3,200,000
Architect: Gateway Engineering & Surveying
Gateway Engineering Services emphasizes architecture as both a service and an art. Much of our early work engendered the firm with an appreciation for the expressive character that can be conveyed by our buildings. Over the years, we have developed skill and sensitivity in the use of architectural design features to make buildings engage their users. The meaningful dialogue concerning form and function, tradition and innovation, relation to human scale and surroundings, entry and circulation, proportion, detail and civic life are points considered throughout our design. Our work strives to create a human scale enriched through an appropriate level of detail and the coordination of a broad palette of ornament and materials.