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    Marshall Street Armory Renovation

    Kincaid Henry was contracted early in the pre-planning of the Armory Redevelopment by the Gillespie Group.  We worked with them through design, historical designation, costing, feasibility, planning and structuring.

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    Collingwood Student Housing

    Kincaid Henry worked with Wolf River Development, LLC to redevelop a former fraternity, built in 1924, into a 14 unit, 56 bed student housing complex at one of the main entrances to Michigan State University's campus. This aggressive project boasts multiple levels inside each apartment unit. 


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    NEO Center

    Kincaid Henry partnered with the NEO Center, a private business incubator group, and the Ingham County Land Bank to create a one-of-a-kind building and alliance in the Mid Michigan region. 

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Building Services

Kincaid Henry provides construction services to meet the unique needs of each individual client.  We have expertise and insight to meet a wide range of challenges.  We provide our clients services including construction management, design/build, general contracting, green building & development services, each tailored to meet the individual needs of our clients.

Building Green

Green Building Initiative:

We are committed to incorporating green/sustainable building practices into every project we construct and we continually find sustainable options for our clients that improve their project investment and better the environment.



Kincaid Henry is a corporate member of the US Green Building Council and founding members of the Heart of Michigan Branch in Lansing.  Kincaid Henry has chosen to be a leader in this field.  So whether your team is striving for LEED Certification or just wants to go "Green", Kincaid Henry has the skills with staff who are LEED Accredited Professionals to achieve sustainable, high performance buildings.


  • Capital Gains Media

    We’re always trying to figure out ways to substantiate growth in the Capital region. Well, development is a prime example - and in 2011 it was hard to ignore. That’s why we’re dedicating the final issue of Capital Gains (for the year, that is!) to the landmark projects 2011 has brought to the Greater Lansing area. Some are big; others are smaller. However, they all represent ideas and investments that will bolster the growth and future of innovation, creativity, health, community and culture within our region.