In its “Infrastructure Report Card” released Wednesday, the group estimated it would cost $5.9 trillion over the next decade to bring roads, bridges and airports to a safe and sustainable level.
Environmental work almost completed on former stamping plant property
Officials said remediation efforts are in their final stages, with final certification expected in the next few weeks. Elanco Animal Health Inc. plans to build a $100 million headquarters on the site.Read More
Marian University plans new engineering school with $24 million gift
The Indianapolis university said it was halfway to its $50 million fundraising goal for the school after a $24 million gift from the Witchger family and other donations.Read More
Preliminary plans by an IndyCar racing team and a vehicle engineering company could lead to the first development in Zionsville’s Creekside Corporate Park in years.
The Engineering and Polytechnic Gateway Complex is expected to include a component that connects Indiana employers with faculty researchers and students who could serve as future interns or employees.
Engineering and design firm HNTB Corp. says it plans to add about 100 employees in the Indianapolis area over the next several years, and it needs the new office to accommodate some of it growth.
LHP Engineering Solutions, a minority-owned firm launched in 2001, targets the automotive, aerospace and medical industries.
Applied Intelligence Corp. on Tuesday received preliminary approval for tax incentives based on its plan to build a new headquarters in Noblesville.
A man hired to open a Beech Grove office for an Indiana-based engineering firm has been charged with stealing almost $1 million in company funds, Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry announced Thursday.
Currently, the firm is overseeing building expansions at Mt. Vernon Middle School in Fortville and Delta High School in Muncie. Both projects include plans to make the buildings more secure.
As INDOT moves forward with plans for a major I-65/I-70 construction project, a coalition of residents with concerns about the impact on surrounding neighborhoods is also gaining steam.
A Bangalore-based engineering firm that announced plans in November to open a $10 million North American headquarters in Indiana has chosen Columbus for the facility, state officials announced Wednesday.
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.
EnviroForensics has spent $3 million to buy and renovate a new headquarters a few blocks north of its current location on North Capitol Avenue.
Ray Harroun was remembered at a memorial service Sunday not only as the man who won the first Indy 500, but for his contributions to the auto industry, motorsports, engineering and inventing.
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.
With only moderate fanfare, contractors recently finished boring the first, roughly nine-mile leg of the DigIndy project, the largest public works project in the state.
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.
Ivy Tech Community College has created a way for pre-engineering students to continue their studies toward a bachelor's degree in one of two engineering disciplines at Purdue University.
The cash-strapped Carmel Redevelopment Commission has spent more than $6 million since 2009 “responding to, defending and settling” legal claims from contractors involved in construction of the city’s Palladium concert hall.
Mayor Greg Ballard takes pride in Rebuild Indy, the city’s nearly $400 million program that doubled the volume of public works projects—and became engineering and construction firms’ largest business opportunity with the city in more than a decade.