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Wightman

ContactJamie Balkin, Marketing
EmailJBalkin@GoWightman.com
Address2303 Pipestone Road
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
(directions)
Telephone269-927-0100

Wightman has delivered first-class engineering, architecture, environmental and survey solutions to a diverse collection of communities since 1946.  During that tenure, it has earned the trust of clients to become one of the most prominent engineering, environmental, surveying and architectural firms in Michigan.  What sets the company apart is its culture to go above and beyond.  The company strives to become trusted advisors and true partners.

Its dynamic team of problem solvers offer the complete range of services including: Architecture, Engineering, Environmental and Surveying.  Other services offered include Interiors, GIS, Landscape, Architecture, Planning, Streetscape Design, as well as others. 

Its team of more than 100 dynamic experienced professionals is dedicated to helping you create great places for people to flourist.  

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Latest News from your Chamber

  • April 12th, 2021

    Chamber Spotlights Deerpath Recyclers

    Deerpath is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The company accepts car, truck and semi tires.Deerpath Recyclers Inc., located within the Dowagiac Industrial Park, opened its doors in 2006 as a tire recycling company.

    The company is a registered tire collection site with the State of Michigan, and is a registered tire hauler in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Wisconsin.

    For the past 10 years, Deerpath Recyclers has worked with the State of Michigan on its Tire grants. The state issues grants for tire cleanups throughout Michigan. In doing so, Deerpath has been involved with many of the local community tire cleanups.

    Once the company has collected tires, it has a machine that chops them up into smaller pieces. The crumb rubber is then used to make different products and landscaping material.

     
  • April 12th, 2021

    A Word or Two from Our President

    Can you feel it? A new spring. Small changes. Perhaps a bit of light at the end of the tunnel?  

    No doubt there are still challenges for many. And the rear view has not been pretty for all. But, our business community has moved through with creativity, adaptive adjustments and with incredible support from our community.

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  • April 12th, 2021

    Ongoing Construction Transforms Storefronts

     Behind concealed windows, as interior construction progresses on downtown storefronts, later this spring renovation moves to the exterior, where one building, in particular, will enjoy a long awaited face lift.

    In March the Downtown Development Authority's Design Review Committee approved Facade Incentive applications from Shannon Lyons and Cathy McBride for the old Harvey building at 143 S. Front St., where both the front and rear facades will be redone.

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