Cummins is a corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service diesel and natural gas engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems.
The Cummins Indy DBU project consists of 3 components; an office tower, parking garage, and public plaza
From its headquarters in downtown Indianapolis, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) runs 89 championships in 23 sports and governs more than 400,000 student-athletes competing at 1,000 member colleges and universities. The NCAA Headquarters consists of two distinct parts; the administrative building and the Hall of Champions, a museum of collegiate sports history. The expansion consisted of a 130,000-square-foot addition which added 24,000 square-feet of meeting and conference space in addition to 106,000 square-feet of office space. More than 7,300 cubic-yards of concrete were placed, including 100,000 square-feet of supported slab, 35,000 square-feet of slab on grade and foundation walls. Coordination with the NCAA, White River State Park and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis was key to this projects success because of the excavation and demolition that directly affected adjacent properties to the site.
As the power supplier for 18 electric cooperatives, Hoosier Energy required a new headquarters facility that would promote sustainability, consolidate operations and encourage future expansion. The 83,000-square-foot steel frame structure is located on a 13.5-acre site in Bloomington, Indiana. Primarily brick and limestone, the facility consists of three stories and a canopy entry nestled between full height glass panels. Though a highly wooded site, construction crews were very careful with the number of trees cut down, only taking what was necessary. All of the trees cut down were reused for items on site such as office furniture and paneling. One of the most unique features of the site is the underground geothermal system. Nearly 120 holes were drilled, each 300-feet deep for a total of 35,700 linear-feet. Hoosier Energy received LEED Gold certification on this project.
The Regions Tower Rooftop Terrace & Conference Center is a 36-story high rise located downtown in the heart of Indianapolis. One of the tallest buildings downtown, it serves as a mixed-use office space that also offers event spaces for wedding or corporate events. Its new frame holds an independent glass wall system around one of Indianapolis’ most recognizable buildings. Wilhelm crews created an innovative construction technique to install the new face to replace a surface damaged by storm winds. Once the exterior glass wall was complete, the old exterior was demolished and removed from the inside with minimal disruption to Tower tenants.