GRANDVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) — State workplace safety regulars have launched an investigation into a castle-like housing development taking shape in Grandville.
Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration spokeswoman Jeannie Vogel confirms that MIOSHA has opened a probe into the Grand Castle Apartments project on 28th Street just east of I-196.
Vogel says the agency cannot release information regarding the circumstances of the case, but the investigation may take several weeks or months to complete.
Construction of the Grand Castle project was already well underway in October.
Owner Roger Lucas told 24 Hour News 8 then that the design of the 15-story, 400 unit complex was inspired by castles he encountered in Europe during family vacations.
It’s unclear if MIOSHA’s investigation will delay the apartment complex’s opening, which was slated for spring.