Keystone Presents at Broad Ripple Village Association Meeting

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July 20, 2011

Indianapolis, Indiana – More than 100 people attended the quarterly public meeting of the Broad Ripple Village Association (BRVA) at the Indianapolis Art Center on July 19. Tom Koppel (IMPD), Ryan Vaughn (City-County Council) and Tom Healy (BRVA) all spoke in depth regarding the project and the impact it will have on the surrounding community.

Keystone Construction and Ratio Architects gave presentations regarding the status of the mixed-use parking structure that is being developed at the Marathon / Marcos Pizza site at College Avenue and Westfield Boulevard. The design team explained that the project would incorporate a context sensitive, timeless design that would include public art. The presentation demonstrated the eclectic designs that are apparent throughout Broad Ripple, with ideas on how the new development could build upon existing architectural features in the village.

After the presentation, there was a Q&A session that included Keystone Construction, Ratio Architects, Newpoint Parking, Mayor Ballard’s office and the BRVA. The Q&A session lasted for the remaining duration of the meeting, and the questions and comments conveyed a wide array of ideas for this significant project.


Founded in 1997 Keystone’s services include general construction, construction management and design-build construction. Keystone Construction’s corporate headquarters is located in downtown Indianapolis. Some of Keystone’s notable projects have included The Majestic Building, 3 Mass, Six Over Meridian, Madison Plaza and Sophia Square.