Thirty-five-year-old William M. Brown Jr. died in April when a 10-foot-long limestone slab fell and killed him as it was being lifted above an interior doorway at IU's Swain Hall.
Comfort Systems USA Inc. continues to expand its local operations with its second acquisition of an Indianapolis company in the past year.
Indianapolis-based Earthwave Technologies Inc. is doubling the size of offices on the city’s northwest side.
Service Plus plans to spend about $1.5 million on the move, which is expected to help the company double its workforce.
An Indianapolis-based environmental engineering firm that moved into a new downtown headquarters last year has been acquired by Chicago-based Woodlawn Partners LLC and Detroit-based Peninsula Capital Partners LLC.
Compton Mechanical Systems Inc., a 35-year-old Indianapolis-based contractor, has merged with Comfort Systems USA’s Indiana subsidiary.
Troy Sissom has been ordered to serve 41 months in federal prison for defrauding F.A. Wilhelm Construction Co. from 2003 to 2015.
The former project manager for F.A. Wilhelm Construction Co. faces 20 years in prison for allegedly creating a fake business and billing his employer for materials, as well as making a false tax return.
Crews have resumed work on an Interstate 69 project between Bloomington and Martinsville after halting operations earlier this month due to lack of payment.
EnviroForensics has spent $3 million to buy and renovate a new headquarters a few blocks north of its current location on North Capitol Avenue.
The Department of Metropolitan Development is soliciting bids for masonry, roofing, skylight and steel work at the 130-year-old downtown landmark.
Residents of the Hudson condominium complex are suing the owner after the latest round of problems caused $6 million in damage to the structure.
The agency in a letter Friday to Fort Wayne-based Brooks Construction Co. gave the company one week to commit to returning the money or replacing three miles of the Hoosier Heartland Highway near Logansport that was completed in 2012.
Karen Jensen and Mina Starsiak, owners of Two Chicks and a Hammer, will be featured in a TV pilot airing Monday on the network. They could parlay the appearance into a 12-episode season.
A Republican member of the Indiana Ports Commission says he's resigning in protest of Gov. Mike Pence's support for a GOP-backed effort to repeal the law that sets wages for public construction projects.
Officials say repairs to the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in downtown Indianapolis won't be done before this May's Indianapolis 500 activities as hoped.
A proposal to repeal the state law that sets wages for public construction projects requires further study instead of a quick vote, opponents of the measure said Monday at the Indiana Statehouse.
The Indiana House will wait at least until Tuesday to vote on legalizing Sunday carry-out alcohol sales.