The Broad Ripple Village Association is conducting an online survey regarding the proposed mixed-use development at the corner of College Avenue and Broad Ripple Avenue, north of the canal. Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf is the Project Architect and Landscape Architect, and we encourage everyone to take the survey. The survey is not exclusive to . . . → Read More: Make Your Voice Heard! Take Broad Ripple Mixed Use Development Survey
Athletic facilities and programs have historically played a big role in prospective students’ decision making process, especially in the recruitment and retention of student athletes. Illinois State University is betting on the proper welcoming the renovated Hancock Stadium will provide its visitors to improve its competitive opportunities and attract top talent. The location of . . . → Read More: New Stadium at Illinois State University Promises More Memorable Games
Truly magnificent. Spectacular. Fantastic. First-class. Those are some of the words used to describe the recently dedicated Bart Kaufman Baseball and Andy Mohr Softball stadia, Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf’s newest projects at Indiana University.
Yes, it’s hard to believe, but IU Hoosiers stands for more than basketball. In fact, IU Athletics boasts 24 highly . . . → Read More: Baseball, Softball Get New Digs at IU Bloomington
The 30-year relationship between Browning Day and the Western and Southern Open has transformed the regional tournament into a highly regarded world-class attraction with state of the art facilities. The steady growth allowed the tournament to become one of only five tennis events in the world, outside of the grand slams, to feature a . . . → Read More: New Courts, Facilities, Allow Tournament to Join Elite Group
Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects is proud to partner with The Whitsett Group on a mixed-use development that will be erected on the site currently occupied by The Indianapolis Star. This project, that will undoubtedly transform Downtown Indianapolis, consists of three new five-story apartment buildings on the four-acre site between Pennsylvania, New York and . . . → Read More: Mixed-Use Development Planned for Star Building
Nice and bright office spaces have been linked to increased productivity. It is only fitting then, that Auburn University will invest in improvements to players’ and coaches’ amenities. New technology, increased efficiency and comfort will ultimately lead to better productivity and allow the team to remain competitive at the Southeastern Conference level.
The 12,000 . . . → Read More: Auburn University Improving Facilities for Players, Coaches
Indiana University held inauguration and groundbreaking ceremonies for its new School of Global and International Studies Monday, April 29, in the presence of University officials and some of the best congressional international affairs experts of our time.
Vice-President Joe Biden offered remarks via video and U.S. Senator Dan Coats delivered the keynote address. Former Senator . . . → Read More: IU School of Global and International Studies Grounbreaking
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Last summer, I wrote about the extreme weather patterns in Indianapolis. The historic heatwave and drought of 2012 has had a lasting impact on the region. June 2012 recorded only 0.09 inches of rainfall, which shattered the previous record of 0.36 inches set in 1988. The summer of 2012 marked . . . → Read More: Comparing Indianapolis’ Extreme Precipitation Patterns with Historic Averages
Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects is having an April to remember. One grand opening, three dedications and a groundbreaking, all happening this month. Butler University’s Schrott Center for the Performing Arts’ grand opening was on April 18, followed by the dedications of Andy Mohr Softball Field on April 23 and Bart Kaufman Baseball Field . . . → Read More: Browning Day April to Remember
Image courtesy of EDC magazine After years of financial setbacks, the Department of Energy’s national sample survey of commercial building energy use commences.
Originally published in the April 2013 issue of Environmental Design + Construction (EDC) magazine.
April marks an important milestone for the high-performance building community. After years of setbacks and complications . . . → Read More: The CBECS and Why It’s Important