A Legal Renaissance: SKO’s Innovative Office Transformation in Downtown Louisville

In today’s practice of law, redefining spaces to coincide with technological advancements is paramount. As such, Stoll Keenon Ogden (SKO) found itself at a crossroads, prompted by a surplus of space due to the prevailing reliance on digital files. As a result, the firm faced a critical decision: persist in an outdated and segmented downtown […]

Flexibility at the Indiana Farm Bureau Fall Creek Pavilion: A Triumph in Modern Innovation

In July, the Indiana Farm Bureau Fall Creek Pavilion opened, reshaping the landscape of event hosting in Indiana. Spearheaded by Schmidt Associates architects, engineers, construction administrators, and interior designers, this cutting-edge building has quickly become a cornerstone of the Indiana State Fairgrounds’ facilities offerings, including 196,000 SF of flexible, multi-purpose space. From Swine Barn to […]

Introducing the Indiana Farm Bureau Fall Creek Pavilion Design Team

Join us on a journey through the remarkable Bureau Fall Creek Pavilion, where architecture, engineering, interior design, and construction seamlessly blend to celebrate Indiana’s rich agricultural heritage. Meet the visionary architects who skillfully merged modern designs with historical essence, shaping 196,000 SF of space that narrates Indiana’s agricultural legacy. Our creative engineering team crafted solutions […]

Engineering Excellence at Marian University

The Marian University E.S. Witchger School of Engineering design team stands as a collaborative force exemplifying innovation and expertise in engineering. Led by Principal-in-Charge of Engineering Eric Broemel, Mechanical Engineer Andrew Eckrich crafted an ingenious mechanical system that serves as the backbone of their groundbreaking projects. David McDowell seamlessly complemented Eckrich’s efforts by skillfully navigating […]

Advancing Engineering Education: Unveiling the E.S. Witchger School of Engineering Building

According to Conexus Indiana, ongoing engineering and advanced manufacturing talent shortages in the state are resulting in a staggering $6.8B in lost tax revenue. As a top 30 regional Midwest university and a top 5 Best Value and Most Innovative University, Marian University is poised to address the challenge, creating the E.S. Witchger School of […]

The Power of Relationships: A Q&A with Patrick Grap

In the AEC world, establishing relationships long before the design process occurs is paramount for building trust and long-standing relationships with clients. While it’s fair to say that everybody in the industry is doing it, very few have mastered the art of relationship building quite like Engineering Project Manager Patrick Grap. With an Associate of […]

Preserving Architectural Heritage Through Urban Renewal

In the ever-evolving world of real estate, adaptive reuse is poised to become the dominant force in the industry over the next decade. In fact, experts predict that a staggering 90% of real estate projects will involve adaptive reuse instead of new construction. This seismic shift is driven by several compelling factors that make it […]

A Unique Understanding of Community: A Conversation with Alan Witchey

You have a masters in fine arts, which is not a normal progression toward becoming the CEO of an AIDS services organization. Tell me how you got from there to here. If you asked my mother, she would tell you that I wasn’t a normal child. I’m dyslexic, and that I think drove my journey […]

Reviving the Legacy: How a Neighborhood Was Changed Through Education

On Indianapolis’ Near Eastside, the P.R. Mallory factory is a place steeped in history. For half a century, this iconic site was home to pioneers in electronics, electro-chemistry, and metallurgy. However, as the years passed, the factory was closed and fell into disrepair. The building is an anchor landmark for the neighborhood, and its renovation […]