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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 […]

Designing Prosperity: Transforming Iroquois High School and Paving the Way for Comprehensive, Skills-Based Training

Committed to providing students with state-of-the-art facilities that foster technical knowledge and employability, Jefferson County Public Schools has embarked on a transformative project at Iroquois High School to renovate an existing skilled trades teaching facility into a premiere building for technical career training for the large and culturally diverse student body. This comprehensive plan will […]

When to Plan for Water Boiler and Chiller Upgrades

When it comes to updating or repairing the mechanical systems in your facility, timing is crucial. This is true whether you work in an office building, school, or hospital. If a facility’s mechanical systems are functioning properly, they tend to be “out of sight, out of mind.” However, when they fail, it can cause serious […]

Q&A Session with Charlie Wilson

After signing up for an intercorporate training program in 1988 at Arlington High School, Charlie Wilson–Plumbing Designer and one of our newest Associates—spent a half day in the classroom and the other half day in an architecture and engineering office training to be an architect and draftsman. Not long after he began that job working […]