Jimmy Johns

New Construction

We understand choosing the right site location is critical to the success of your business.  Our team has a proven track record of identifying locations which best suit your needs based on demographics, traffic studies and zoning requirements. We deliver move-in ready spaces for national account clients by applying our customized project delivery method – Design-Build / Build-to-Suit.

This approach allows us to lead every step of design development to ensure our client’s national brand standards are upheld perfectly, creating a seamless and efficient construction process to meet any budget.


Tenant Build Out

Not everyone can afford to build from the ground up. Through our design-build experience, we customize plans provided by your national franchise to build within your budget, time constraints and size of space.  This process has proven to allow our clients to open on a fast track while keeping with the brand requirements of the national franchise.

Our experience in value engineering is unmatched – drawing on decades of experience with dynamic build-out projects, we work tirelessly to create environments centered around how our clients will utilize, grow and evolve within that space.


Hungry Howies

Rebranding / Remodeling

We understand that as times change, your space will need updates.  With Westwind’s proven process, we can make those improvements while minimizing disruptions to your business during construction.

We accomplish this with a great deal of pre-planning as well as leveraging our relationships with trade contractors to perform the necessary work outside of business hours.

This process helps to ensure that your business revenue streams are not negatively impacted.


Site Inspections

The Westwind Inspection team inspects current properties as well as potential acquisition properties for our clients.  This allows our clients to know what type of preventative maintenance they may need as well as what the potential liabilities are with new and existing locations.

By engaging our team on the front end of acquisitions, we provide our clients with valuable information so they know what to expect before closing a deal.

Our clients have found this service to be invaluable as it is has helped them to negotiate better pricing on potential locations and has helped them to plan for future expenses related to the property.


Automatic Springs

• Function: Metal spring manufacturing facility
• Date: 2001
• Size: 53,612 square feet

Wharf Marina

• Function: Indoor boat storage
• Size: 12,000 square feet

Spotlight Dance Academy

• Function: Dance studio
• Date: 2004
• Size: 9,000 square feet

Dollar General

With a stone vestibule entrance and accent canopies, our 163rd Dollar General project was unlike any project before it. We worked closely with the client and township to create a one-of-a-kind exterior look.


Address: 12241 West M-179 Highway, Wayland, MI
Function: Retail store
Completion Date: December 2017
Size: 9,100 square feet


At GlasSource, Westwind created a functional and beautiful space that blends the building’s historic character with modern finishes. Unique to this renovation was restoring the building’s industrial space to provide room for the client’s manufacturing process.

  • Address: 295 North Beechtree Street, Grand Haven
  • Function: Glass manufacturing company
  • Date: 2013
  • Size: 95,000 square feet

Grand Haven Bank

With detailed brick masonry, wood studs and sweeping arches, the Grand Haven Bank is a distinct downtown landmark that still blends with the town’s quaint character. Our team worked to maximize space by housing mechanicals on the roof and giving the drive-thru a dual purpose.

  • Address: 333 Washington Street, Grand Haven
  • Function: Bank
  • Date: 2001
  • Size: 7,200 square feet

Hoofman Residence

Tailored to the owners’ lifestyle, this 3,600-square-foot home features a yoga room, convertible spaces to add sleeping space, a wine cellar, a multi-purpose room, plus a fish and game processing room off the garage.

This was a complex project as it involved the demolition of an existing home, a narrow lot and a tight time frame. The home was completed flawlessly in time for the 2017 Parade of Homes. The client is thrilled and “wouldn’t sell for double the investment.”

Source One Digital

• Function: Digital printing facility
• Date: 1998
• Size: 30,000 square feet

Soils & Structures Lab

• Function: Laboratory testing space
• Date: 2016
• Size: 3,000 square feet


• Function: Custom-formed metals manufacturing facility
• Date: 2013
• Size: 48,300 square feet

Interlochen Retail Center

• Function: Multi-tenant retail space
• Date: 2004
• Size: Three buildings; 8,000 square feet each

Kendall Electric

• Function: Electrical supply distributor
• Date: 2008
• Size: 6,000 square feet

Knowlton Residence

Built in 2013, this 4,000-square-foot Norton Shores home was completed in just six months, and within budget. The home greets guests under an arched entryway with a tongue-and-grove Douglas Fir ceiling. Once inside, it features an open concept design with a large custom kitchen overlooking the lake. We took great care to design the home so the homeowners could enjoy views of the water from multiple areas.

One of the successes of this project was how well the trade contractors worked together to make sure the project was built right and on time. Our siding crew commented that they had never seen a house framed so well. This is a testament to the quality trade contractors Westwind works with, and the care each one takes to ensure everyone has what they need to do their job well.

Lakeside Surfaces

• Function: Stone countertop manufacturing and distribution space
• Date: 2017
• Size: 31,250 square feet

Leelanau Cellars

• Function: Distribution space
• Date: 2016
• Size: 3,500 square feet

Leelanau Cellars – Tatch Road

• Function: Distribution space
• Date: 2016
• Size: 7,000 square feet

Motion Dynamics

This modern industrial building is a blend of contemporary office space and high-volume industrial space.  The office space functions as both a showroom for their clients as well as a great work environment for their team members; while the industrial space has a tool shop and over 50% of its space designated as “clean room” space.

  • Address: 5632 Airline Road, Fruitport
  • Function: Corporate headquarters, manufacturer of precision wire and medical coil components
  • Date: 2015
  • Size: 38,000 square feet


Once an abandoned factory, this 115-year-old structure is an example of historic renovation at its best with original beams, hardwood floors and exposed brick. The completed project now stands as a symbol of the rejuvenation of the city’s east end.

  • Address: 1433 Fulton Street, Grand Haven
  • Function: Office Space
  • Date: 2017
  • Size: 19,500 square feet


Acemco is a custom contract manufacturer who Westwind has had the pleasure of working with for over 17 years on many projects. Our relationship began in 2000 when we built their Class A industrial space housing a stamping factory, and it continued with the construction of an airplane hangar in 2001. In 2008, we built an addition to their industrial space.

  • Address: (Hangar) 166 Ellis Road, Norton Shores; (Corporate Office) 7297 Enterprise Drive, Spring Lake
  • Function: Industrial Space, Office Space, Airplane Hangar
  • Date: 2000 (Headquarters); 2001 (Hangar); 2008 (Addition)
  • Size: Headquarters: 104,750 square feet; Hangar: 8,000 square feet; Addition: 40,000 square feet

Dynamic Conveyor

Built in 1995, the Dynamic Conveyor building features extensive ribbons of glass throughout the office and warehouse space, as well as in-floor heating. During the initial pre-construction phase, we worked with the client to master plan the property so they were prepared for future expansion.

  • Address: 5980 Grand Haven Road, Muskegon
  • Function: Manufacturer of food processor conveyor systems
  • Date: 1995 (original building); 2000 (addition)
  • Size: 3,000 square feet

North Shore Marina

• Function: Bathhouse
• Date: 2017
• Size: 750 square feet


The Zephyr Building serves as a beacon to boaters entering downtown Grand Haven through the Grand Haven Channel. This mixed-use structure houses underground parking, main floor commercial space and residential condos above

  • Address: 22 South Harbor Street, Grand Haven
  • Function: Condos, with retail on the first floor
  • Date: 2007
  • Size: 29,000 square feet


• Function: Office spaces, manufacturing facility of antenna systems
• Date: 2002
• Size: 20,000 square feet

Savidge Center

Designed with the future in mind, this multi-functional space was built with a steel structure that allows for a possible second story to be added. Westwind has customized many of the units for tenants including Biggby and Lakeshore Family Chiropractic.

  • Address: 510 Savidge Street
  • Function: Retail space for lease
  • Date: 2002
  • Size: 13,125 square feet