Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 8-14, 2022

John Russell examines what came of the strategy by Ascension St. Vincent to open micro-hospitals across central Indiana, with designs on upending the traditional hospital model. The idea never took off, and the flagship neighborhood hospital, located in Noblesville, closed in late June. Also in this week’s issue, Daniel Bradley has the latest on plans to create the massive LEAP Innovation and Research District in the Lebanon area. And Dave Lindquist pops the cork on the success story behind Mom Water, a hard seltzer manufactured in Indianapolis.

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Inflation weighs heavily on construction costs

A recent report from the Associated General Contractors of America states that, from April 2021 through the first quarter of 2022, the price of nonresidential construction components, or inputs, has risen 21%. Among those inputs, diesel fuel has jumped 86%; plastics, 30%; and insulation products, 19.6%.

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Leaking talent pipeline should be Indiana’s top priority

Two of the most significant challenges facing Indiana are improving the educational outcomes for all K-12 students and greatly elevating the postsecondary attainment levels of our adult workforce. Currently, Indiana is behind its competitor states in the race to develop and establish a well-skilled, well-educated workforce for the jobs of today and tomorrow. There are […]

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