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Turner Construction is ICR’s newest Gold Sponsor!

Thank you to Turner Construction for becoming a Gold Sponsor of The Indiana Construction Roundtable. With Turner Construction as a Gold Sponsor they will be helping contribute to the mission of ICR to improve the quality and cost effectiveness of the construction and major maintenance industries thereby enhancing a facility’s ability to provide added economic value to its organization. Turner

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State of the State: Legislative Update

Speaker Bosma Added to Event! Speaker Brian Bosma was first elected in 1986 to represent House District 88, which today encompasses the northeast portion of Marion County, a portion of southern Hamilton County and the western part of Hancock County. As Speaker of the 117th General Assembly, Bosma made sweeping changes to education reform through the House Republicans “Strengthen Indiana Plan.”

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GCs and Owners Discuss Relationships and Trends

The Indiana Construction Roundtable, in partnership with the Associated General Contractors of Indiana, recently hosted a panel discussion on the importance of building a healthy relationship between construction end users and general contractors throughout any major construction project. The participants emphasized that the relationships built before, during, and after any project are among the most important aspects to the final

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October is Careers in Construction Month!

The Indiana Construction Roundtable Foundation has gotten Governor Pence to officially declare October Careers in Construction Month in the State of Indiana. Careers in Construction Month will become an annual event held each October to increase awareness of the construction trades and appreciation of construction craft professionals and the entire construction workforce. To celebrate this month we will be contacting

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ICR Event Series: One Week Left Until Next Event!

ICR Event Series: Perspectives on Project Performance The long-term success of the Indianapolis Metro Area depends upon its ability to successfully expand and grow into the 21st century and beyond. Ensuring that a dialogue exists between the City’s different key design/construction/real estate stakeholders enables us to build relationships and more clearly defines the path to success that leads to long-term

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Registration Open for ICR Annual Event!

The Indiana Construction Roundtable is proud to host its 6th Annual Conference on October 5th at Ivy Tech in Indianapolis, Indiana. This event gathers leaders throughout Indiana from the construction industry to discuss the challenges facing the states construction industry. Those who attend are sure to leave with a renewed sense of pride in their industry and ideas for improving

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ICR Foundation Launches New Capital Campaign

ICRF Executive Director, Ali Brown, Dear ICR Members, We are days away from finishing the first year of the Indiana Construction Roundtable Foundation. It has been an exciting year; we launched Build Your Future Indiana, met with students from across the state, had commercials air in all 92 counties, and increased the public’s knowledge of the construction industry and the

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ICR Foundation Wraps Up First Year

The Foundation exists to advance our industry by attracting quality young people to the construction industry, helping us meet our workforce demands. They are a relatively new organization, coming up on our one year anniversary on July 1st. They are currently running a program called Build Your Future Indiana, and have accomplished some amazing things in their first year. The ICRF

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New Association Coordinator, Mike Thibideau

As of May 9th, Mike Thibideau is serving as the new Association Coordinator for ICR and the ICR Foundation. Mike will be splitting his time between the two organizations and working on special projects, events and initiatives. Mike graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Public Policy and Public Administration, and has worked in Community Engagement and Association

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