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New Community School

1904 Elmwood Ave. Lafayette, IN

51,000 Sq. Ft.

New Community School is an independent public charter school located in West Lafayette, Indiana. The school, formerly a grocery store, was completely transformed into a modern and progressive educational facility.

Keystone Construction managed the renovation which included 25,000 square feet of academic space with an additional 25,000 square feet available for future growth.

New Community School opened to the public in 2013 and is now serving grades K-7.

Education Project Spotlights

University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN

164,169 Sq. Ft.

The University of Indianapolis Heath Pavilion is a four-story, $28 million health complex that houses UIndy’s wellness-related academic programs as well as industry partners and clinical facilities to serve the community.

With indoor and outdoor amenities open to the public, the building will be a new gateway to…

Butler University, Indianapolis, IN

370,000 Sq. Ft.

Keystone Construction was selected by Butler University to build this new 6-story multi-purpose parking facility located between Clowes Memorial Hall and Hinkle Fieldhouse along Sunset Avenue. Keystone Construction served as the design-build contractor and provided construction management services including pre-construction, project management, and an on-site…

IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN

80,000 Sq. Ft.

The Indiana University Science and Engineering Laboratory is one of the few non-medical buildings on the Indianapolis campus. Located along the Science Corridor on Blackford Street between New York and Michigan Streets, this $22 million project is the new home for biology, chemistry, and psychology…

3960 Meadows Dr, Indianapolis, IN

2,000 Sq. Ft.

The Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School is a public charter school that opened in 2004. Located in Indianapolis, it is the first accelerated school in the state of Indiana.

Keystone Construction managed the complete renovation of 2,000 square feet of existing academic space at the high school…