Technical Skill.
Creative Spirit.

The Mannik & Smith Group, Inc. (MSG) offers an innovative and solution oriented approach to helping clients complete successful projects by employing creativity to solve problems, maximizing value and reaching cost effective client solutions.

What We Do

MSG offers a full array of consulting services for both the public and private sectors including, but not limited to Civil/Structural Design and Permitting, Construction Engineering, Cultural Resources, Environmental, Geotechnical, Landscape Architecture, Planning/Funding Strategies/Grant Writing, Program Management and Surveying.

Our in-house professionals are highly efficient in project management, team leadership and decision-making. These fundamental skills ensure projects remain on a positive track and help build client relationships.

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Detroit Mercy Engineering Career and Co-Op Fair - February 14th

Look for us at the 2019 University of Detroit Mercy Engineering Career and Co-op Fair, Thursday, Feb. 14, at Engineering & Science High Bay. Our Detroit Office Director of Project Management and Operations Manager Tim Miles, along with University of Detroit Mercy Civil...

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MSG Sponsors - Elements of Style: A Fashion Show Fundraiser for STEM

Elements of Style: A Fashion Show Fundraiser with STEMinist Flair featured our own Sally Gladwell, Principal/Vice President. A fundraiser for Toledo’s Imagination Station, the show featured designs from Holly Renee’s Shenova collection, which helps women find appropriate,...

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Detroit's Monroe Blocks Project Moves Forward

Lots of excitement in Detroit as the $830M Monroe Blocks project moves forward as one of the City’s largest developments. Scheduled for completion in 2022 and located in the Central Business District, the Monroe Blocks will include a 35-story office tower, along with multi-level...

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