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Keystone Construction Breaks Ground on Switzerland County Administrative Office in Vevay Indiana
Indianapolis, Indiana – Keystone Construction has broken ground on a 24,000 square foot building located in Vevay, Indiana. The building will be the home of the Switzerland County/Purdue Cooperative Extension Service and the Switzerland Emergency Management Agency.
Included will be a community room for the Switzerland County 4-H organization. It will offer seating capacity for 280. In addition to 4-H programs, the community room will be available for private and commercial functions.
The building will also provide residents with the county’s first education and training facilities designed for adult learning. Three classrooms designed for adult learners, along with a computer lab, an advanced manufacturing training lab, and a conference room will provide residents and employers with close-to-home opportunities for college degree courses, employer training programs, and computer training.
American StructurePoint is the project’s architect. The facility is expected to be complete in early 2012.
Founded in 1997 Keystone’s services include general construction, construction management and design-build construction. Keystone Construction corporate headquarters is located in downtown Indianapolis. Keystone’s signature buildings include The Majestic Building, Six Over Meridian, 3 Mass, Madison Plaza and Sophia Square.