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Cummins Indianapolis Distribution Headquarters Takes Top Honor at Indy Chamber Awards

Posted by ehayden on October 20, 2017

Indy Chamber Announces 40th Annual Monumental Award Winners

(INDIANAPOLIS) - (October 19, 2017) Cummins’ Indianapolis Distribution Headquarters submitted by Fink, Roberts, & Petrie, Inc. received the highest honor of the Monumental Award tonight at the Indy Chamber's annual Monumental Awards gala. The premier awards ceremony, organized with assistance from the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS), honored the most significant achievements by individuals and businesses that contribute to excellence in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, construction, real estate development, neighborhood revitalization, engineering, innovative reuse and public art throughout the Indianapolis region.   

 

"We were pleased that Cummins decided on Indianapolis as their distribution headquarters. The location made sense for the expansion," Mario Rodriguez, Executive Director of the Indianapolis Airport Authority and Chairman of the Monumental Awards Committee, explained. "The Monumental Awards are intended to showcase the vision and talents of Indy's design, engineering, and construction industries as the cornerstone of our region's built environment. Cummins’ addition to the Indy skyline is the perfect representation of that vision and design." 

The winner of the Monumental Award was selected by an impartial jury of community and professional leaders from the Indianapolis region. All awards were deliberated by sanctioning organizations selected from the specific area of discipline for each category. 

Other top award winners included: 

Architecture: Julia M. Carson Transit Center submitted by AECOM, Cummins Indianapolis Distribution Headquarters submitted by Ratio Architects and Inc. Irsay Family YMCA at CityWay submitted by Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf;

Construction: Community Cancer Center North submitted by Meyer Najem, Cummins Indianapolis Distribution Headquarters submitted by F.A. Wilhelm Construction Company and Indianapolis Zoo Bicentennial Pavilion & Promenade submitted by Turner Construction Company; 

Engineering: Cummins Indianapolis Distribution Headquarters submitted by Fink, Roberts & Petrie, Inc., Liberty Fund Headquarters submitted by CE Solutions, Liberty Fund Headquarters submitted by R.E. Dimond and Associates, Inc. and Julie M. Carson Transit Center submitted by Loftus Engineering Guidon Design;

Innovative Reuse: Tinker House submitted by Third Street Ventures, LLC, Eagledale Senior Apartments submitted by American Structurepoint and Center Grove Innovation Center submitted by CSO Architects, Inc.

Interior Design: Indiana Spine Hospital submitted by BSA Lifestructures, United Way of Central Indiana Headquarters submitted by Rowland Design and Liberty Fund Headquarters submitted by Darwin Branded Environments;

Landscape Architecture: Julia M. Carson Transit Center submitted by Rundell Ernstberger Associates, Indianapolis Zoo Bicentennial Pavilion submitted by Ratio Architects, Inc. and Fisher Municipal Complex Redevelopment submitted by Context Design;

Neighborhood Revitalization: Flanner House Flower Garden submitted by Cripe, Outreach, Inc. submitted by Outreach, Inc. and  Transformation of Avondale Meadows Neighborhood and Community submitted by Strategic Capital Partners;

Public Art: Seeds of Light submitted by the Arts Council of Indianapolis, Millersville Marker submitted by the Arts Council of Indianapolis and Duty—Honor—Sacrifice submitted by F.A. Wilhelm Construction Company;

Real Estate Development: Fishers Municipal Complex Redevelopment submitted by City of Fishers, Tinker House submitted by Third Street Venture LLC and The Coil submitted by Browning

For more information on the Monumental Awards and project submission, visit IndyChamber.com/MonumentalAwards.

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