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We are very excited to see the doors of the Michigan DNR Outdoor Adventure Center open to the public and pleased to be a part of such a beautiful project. Built in the rehabilitated historic Globe Building on Atwater near Milliken State Park and Harbor, the center includes a Weber sculpted rock formation with a 36-foot waterfall, a 40-foot Weber made tree in which kids can climb through the trunk, simulators of off-road vehicles, kayaks, canoes, snowmobiles and fishing boats, an indoor archery range, a 3,000-square-foot freshwater aquarium and other features. The public grand opening of the 41,000-square-foot facility is on Monday, July 20th. If you are in the Detroit area, go check out the DNR Outdoor Adventure Center!
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Weber is excited to announce we are expanding our product offerings to include a full spectrum of services for developers interested in entering, or hoteliers already immersed in, the Boutique Hotel Industry. We are leveraging our strong national platform of past clients and many years of providing hospitality-driven site analysis, architectural design and construction experience to also include all other aspects of the development process. We’re happy to introduce the Development Division of our company, which now offers the following services:
Architectural and Interior Design
For Inquiry, Please contact Anita Massey at 502-295-9052
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Gerry Dick with Indiana Business had a one on one interview with our very own Donny Weber recently to discuss the uniqueness and wonder of what we do. Take a second to watch this interview with Donny and see where we can take your next big idea!
Weber Group is proud to be part of the team creating the brand for Camelback Mountain Resort’s new Aquatopia Water Park. This amazing 125,000 square foot indoor waterpark and 400 room resort is unparalleled. Learn more in this great article in Blooloop.
Chinese Terracotta Warriors exhibit extended to November 2014!
Enjoy this video from National Geographic Kids about how the replica warriors were made. That Indiana company Tricia refers to in the video? Us. We loved exploring this “terrarific” exhibit and contributing to its success!