6,000 Sq. Ft.
Keystone Construction served as the General Contractor for the Leading Age headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana. The 6,000 square foot building, which will also serve as the firm’s main training and meeting center, was built at the Northwest Technology Center near 96th Street and Zionsville Road. The facility opened in 2015.
Leading Age is an association representing not-for-profit services and facilities for the elderly. Members are non-profit organizations that provide high quality health care, services, and housing for over 25,000 seniors throughout Indiana.
Healthcare Project Spotlights
University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN
164,169 Sq. Ft.
The University of Indianapolis Health 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…
4401 E. 10th St, Indianapolis, IN
1.2 Million Sq. Ft.
Keystone Construction was selected as a joint venture partner to manage the construction of this $754 million healthcare complex situated amongst a 37-acre urban academic medical setting.
The design was guided by a unified vision to create a distinctive and consistent environment…
21,000 Sq. Ft.
Keystone Construction was hired by Johnson Memorial Hospital (JMH) to provide pre-construction and general contracting services for the new rehabilitation center, located on their flagship campus.
The new facility is the first phase of their $42 million expansion, the largest in JMH’s history. The $5.3 million…
5,000 Sq. Ft.
Keystone Construction managed the construction of IU Health Greenwood. It opened in September of 2015, the first in a series of 3 urgent care clinics being built across Central Indiana.
The 5,000 square foot medical center includes 7 exam/patient rooms, an x-ray room, nurses station, procedural room, laboratory,…