A state panel that's assessing Indiana's need to oversee dozens of occupations is drawing criticism for recommending that the state stop licensing and regulating engineers.
The Etica Group, which started 10 years ago as an architecture and engineering firm, has morphed into a company with four core areas: architecture design (renovation and rehab for higher education and industrial/pharmaceutical work); engineering design (sanitary sewer and storm water projects); a building envelope division (maintaining exteriors); and construction observation.
A 32-unit apartment project on Capitol Avenue, formerly known as the Di Rimini, is leasing up as new ownership finishes fixing all the flaws.
Trustees have selected Indianapolis architectural firms to design the first two of six new branches scheduled to be built between 2016 and 2022.
Three hotel projects finished last year have added about 420 rooms to the city’s tourism industry. And at least 260 more are on the way by 2017’s end.
A new structure will allow for more canal-side programming for the museum, including concerts, storytelling, art projects, poetry readings and interactive activities.
The Broad Ripple High School graduate enjoyed an architecture and design career that spanned the globe and included some of the most significant buildings of the postmodern era. In Indianapolis, they included the NCAA Hall of Champions.
The team charged with designing and engineering downtown’s $20 million transit center—which has begun to emerge south of Washington Street between Delaware and Alabama streets—took on three core challenges.
Indiana Landmarks removed the 1920 frame building from the list because a church organization bought it for $1 and plans to obtain money for restoration.
Officials of the Columbus, Indiana-based company even toured the old GM stamping plant before selecting the former Market Square Arena site.