In 2007, the Indianapolis BURG officially opened. Our first projects were distribution centers, retail stores and manufacturing plants. The BURG really took off when a large manufacturing project called “The Nestle Plant” put us on the map. That job ended up earning $15 million in revenue. We are now a more diverse group focusing on large structural projects and distribution centers. An example would be Grand and Main, which is a 500-car, cast-in-place structural frame precast garage and apartment foundations and slabs on grade. Also, through projects like the St. Vincent Anderson Surgery Expansion, a three-story, cast-in-place medical office building, and Easton Bell, a 800,000-square-foot Ductilcrete floor project, we learned and grew our competency.
Industry Awards & Recognition
Concrete Achievement Award (Commercial-Distribution Center) (2016)
Project: John Morrell
Presented By: Indiana Ready Mix Concrete Association