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Indy Chamber Announces Finalists for 43rd Annual Monumental Awards presented by Comcast Business

Winners to Be Announced via Movie Premiere October 7 at Tibb’s Drive-In Theater

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Today the Indy Chamber announced finalists for the 43rd annual Monumental Awards presented by Comcast Business, showcasing the greatest in places and spaces across the Indianapolis region. The event will take place October 7 as a movie premiere at Tibb’s Drive-In Theater on the west side of Indianapolis. Tickets are available via indychamber.com/events.

Over the last few weeks, eight local sanctioning organizations reviewed project submissions in the categories of architecture, construction, engineering, innovative reuse, interior design, landscape architecture, neighborhood revitalization, public art, and real estate development. The list below represents the finalists selected in each category to be honored, sorted in alphabetical order by project name per category.

ARCHITECTURE

  • City of Fishers Fire Station 91 and Department HQ submitted by DELV Design
  • Martindale-Brightwood Library submitted by Axis Architecture + Interiors
  • Walnut Grove Elementary submitted by Lancer+Beebe

CONSTRUCTION

  • Brownsburg High School Addition and Renovation submitted by Meyer Najam Construction
  • P.R. Mallory Redevelopment submitted by Brandt Construction
  • Sue Ann Wortman Nephrology Center submitted by F.A. Wilhelm Construction

ENGINEERING

  • 96th Street & Keystone Parkway Interchange and Corridor Improvement submitted by CHA Consulting
  • Brownsburg High School Addition and Renovation submitted by R.E. Dimond and Associates
  • Monon Boulevard submitted by CrossRoads Engineers

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

  • King Street Corridor submitted by HWC Engineering
  • Monon Boulevard submitted by Rundell Ernstberger Associates

INNOVATIVE REUSE

  • Paramount Cottage Home submitted by Paramount Schools of Excellence
  • P.R. Mallory Campus submitted by Schmidt Associates
  • Riverside High School submitted by RATIO

INTERIOR DESIGN

  • CLIF Bar Bakery of Indianapolis submitted by CSO
  • Prolific submitted by Parallel Design Group
  • Walnut Grove Elementary submitted by Lancer+Beebe

NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION

  • Blue Triangle Residence Hall submitted by Guidon
  • Monon Boulevard submitted by Carmel Redevelopment Commission
  • P.R. Mallory Campus submitted by Schmidt Associates

PUBLIC ART

  • The Greatriarchs submitted by Harrison Center for the Arts
  • Monon Boulevard: Sail submitted by Rundell Ernstberger Associates, Owens + Crawley
  • Music In Transit submitted by IndyGo

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT

  • Fishers District submitted by Thompson Thrift Retail Group, City of Fishers
  • Innovation Building 1 at 16 Tech submitted by Browning
  • Monon Boulevard submitted by Carmel Redevelopment Commission

Finalists will be recognized within their submitting categories during the October 7 event, and the top honorees in each category will be considered for the Monumental Award, the evening’s highest honor. Beyond those listed above, all 65 submissions are eligible to win the People’s Choice Award based on voting with “likes” via the Indy Chamber’s Facebook page from September 14-18.

The 43rd annual Monumental Awards is presented by Comcast Business and sponsored by Hirons, Quality Connection of Central Indiana Union Electrical Contractors, and TopShot Aerial Photography. Learn more at indychamber.com/events.

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About Indy Chamber
The Indy Chamber empowers business to assure all have the opportunity to succeed in the Indianapolis region by connecting, convening, and taking action to move our region forward. Through membership, economic development, entrepreneur services, and advocacy, the Indy Chamber and its nearly 2,000 businesses strive for inclusive economic growth and mobility. For more information, please visit IndyChamber.com.

Media Inquiries: 
Courtney Smallwood, Indy Chamber – 317.464.2246, csmallwood@indychamber.com

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