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Projects

Our team of experts at The Veridus Group has developed a reputation for diversity and excellence when it comes to the projects we take on and the markets we serve. Since our founding, we have partnered with dozens of clients in a wide range of markets including local governments and municipalities, K-12 schools, institutions of higher learning, health care facilities, law firms, construction management companies, non-profit organizations, private developers, and more. See some of our work below.

Owner's Representation

Our Owner's Representation services have been strategically designed to blend into the existing project team. We believe an Owner's Technical Representative acts as an extension of the client and acts on behalf of them in their best interest. It is important to us that we fully understand your passion for your projects. We specialize in representing our clients in the negotiation, management, and execution of intricate and complex vertical projects. We become a valuable member of your team by putting our technical knowledge and over 40 years of experience at your disposal.

Avon Fire Station 144

Owner's Representation

Murphy Aquatic Park

Owner's Representation

Johnson County Public Library – Clark Pleasant Branch

Owner's Representation

Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

Owner's Representation

West Lafayette Wellness Center

Owner's Representation

Lawrenceburg Event Center

Owner's Representation

Made @ Plainfield

Owner's Representation

West Lafayette City Hall

Owner's Representation

Carmel Clay Public Library

Owner's Representation

Yorktown, Indiana

Yorktown Town Hall

Economic Development Owner's Representation

Levinson, Noblesville

Economic Development Owner's Representation

Walter Payton Power Equipment

Owner's Representation

Highland Country Club

Owner's Representation

Avon Fire Station 144

The Veridus Group was honored to be the Owner’s Representative for the Washington Township Fire Station #144 in Avon, Indiana. Throughout the Hendricks County long-range planning process, a new fire station was placed high on the priority list due to two main factors: population growth and response time. The new 9,500-square-foot Fire Station #144 is crucial to the continued growth and development of the Washington Township community, according to Chief Dan Smith. As service requests increase, the ability to deploy apparatus and personnel more efficiently will allow for reduced response times, thus creating better outcomes when residents in the highest-populated areas experience potentially life-threatening emergencies. The leadership in Washington Township is thrilled to provide this improvement, which is sure to make Hendricks County safer and more enjoyable.

Murphy Aquatic Park

Washington Township in Avon is excited to provide this one-of-a-kind aquatic park for all members of its community to access, discover, and enjoy for years to come. With inclusivity being at the forefront of its design, the Murphy Aquatic Park includes a playground, trails, a connection to Avon Junior Athletic Association, a large recreational hill, a recreation pond, native plantings, and an aquatics facility. The Veridus Group was honored to be the Owner’s Representative and work alongside RL Turner Construction, Axis Architecture, and HWC Engineering to complete this.

Johnson County Public Library – Clark Pleasant Branch

The Veridus Group was honored to be the Owner’s Representative for the Johnson County Public Library, a community center that aims to champion learning, improve visibility and usability, and facilitate multi-generational and cultural connection within the county. The library consists of an Adult Learning Center (ALC), Early Childhood Learning area, a STEAM Zone Robotics Learning Lab, public art installations, a nature trail, and plans on adding a community garden. The ALC offers free tutoring services and English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction. The STEAM Zone Robotics Learning Lab is a brand new space for the Johnson County Public Library (JCPL) system and will offer programming there for all ages. The Veridus Group celebrated the Grand Opening of the library in March of 2022. Johnson County is excited to provide this state-of-the-art building to its community to read, create, and discover for years to come.

Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

We are proud to serve as the Owner’s Representative for the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site on a new public gateway that will sustain the purpose and increase the prominence of the site. It will create exciting opportunities for engagement, enhance connectivity in downtown neighborhoods, and celebrate the legacy of Benjamin Harrison in new and beautiful ways. This project involves the Presidential Commons, Citizenship Plaza, and Presidential Promenade.

West Lafayette Wellness Center

This 70,000 square foot Wellness Center is located on an existing park property in West Lafayette and was a result of the city engaging the community in a feasibility study to focus on parks and wellness. The facility includes multiple fitness spaces, gymnasiums, and a beautiful natatorium. The building was designed by Architecture firm Perkins+Will and constructed in 2020 by The Skillman Corporation. The facility opened in early 2021 and has been well received by the community. Veridus represented the City and the Parks Department in the design and construction.

Lawrenceburg Event Center

The City partnered with Hollywood Casino to build this project in 2012. Veridus was selected as the owner’s rep to lead the design and construction teams, secure the hotel franchise approval and deliver the project on time and within budget.

Made @ Plainfield

MADE@Plainfield is a collaborative project that brings lifelong learning to adults throughout Central Indiana. This building was designed to address the educational and training needs of local employers by providing a hands-on learning and training experience for students, adults, and employees to grow and learn as they prepare for the future.

West Lafayette City Hall

The City of West Lafayette has made multiple relocations of its governmental services over the past several years, which led to a feasibility study to identify a new home for City Hall. This feasibility study resulted in the selection of a 1930’s school building located in the heart of the City. Axis Architecture was identified to design the adaptive re-use of the building and extensive renovations took place in 2020.  The facility opened to the public in January of 2021. The building went through a massive transformation that required significant structural changes. The City is excited to be working in their new permanent home after working from several temporary locations over the years. Veridus was selected to represent the City in the design and construction of this project.

Carmel Clay Public Library

The Carmel Clay Public Library selected Veridus to lead their team through design, construction, and relocation services for an extensive expansion and renovation project. The expansion includes a two story addition for additional adult collection and a new home for the Digital Media Lab. Other expansion and renovation goals include renovated spaces focused on Teen and Children’s services as well as a large 400 person program space for events. The project has required extensive coordination with the City and collaboration from several parties on establishing an 80,000 square foot temporary location in a former grocery facility. Construction of the expansion and renovation began in October of 2020 and is anticipated to be complete in the Summer of 2022.

Yorktown, Indiana

Veridus has worked alongside the Town of Yorktown as a partner in the redevelopment of their downtown and prioritizing key parcels for redevelopment.  The Town announced the Oliver project, which will be a mixed-use residential and commercial building across the Civic Green from its new Town Hall building.

Levinson, Noblesville

Veridus was hired by the City of Noblesville to consult on four large public/private partnership projects seeking incentives from the City for development.  Our Community and Economic Development Team continues to help the City understand the private development market, how to coordinate this level of investment through TIF and other funds, and how and when to acquire or dispose of property required for development.

Walter Payton Power Equipment

Walter Payton Power Equipment selected Veridus to lead the design and construction teams in the development of a new facility in Whitestown Indiana. The facility included office space for service and sales operations and a 20,000 square foot service and maintenance structure. This space also included a large drive-through paint booth for large crane and construction equipment. The building was designed by Delv Design and constructed by Patterson Horth. Construction was completed in the fall of 2018.

Highland Country Club

Highland Golf and Country Club selected Veridus to lead the design and construction teams in the development of a new Golf Academy facility that was a joint venture with Butler University. Other improvements were made to the existing clubhouse and pool facilities.

Economic Development

Our Community and Economic Development team brings over three decades of experience working throughout Indiana. We work on a broad array of economic development projects, serving as a trusted voice for governments and helping to add capacity and expertise where needed. We equip cities, towns, and organizations with the relevant data to empower the decision-making process in their communities.

City of Gary

Economic Development

Mt. Comfort Corridor

Economic Development

Town of Plainfield

Economic Development

Hancock Health

Gateway Park

Economic Development

Town of Speedway

Economic Development

Tipton County

Economic Development

Cedar Lake, Indiana

Economic Development

Yorktown, Indiana

Yorktown Town Hall

Economic Development Owner's Representation

Levinson, Noblesville

Economic Development Owner's Representation

Town of McCordsville

Economic Development

City of Gary

The City of Gary engaged Veridus to attract investment and manage a number of redevelopment initiatives for usher for the city. Historically the cultural and economic engine of Lake County, Gary’s focus is on regeneration and revitalization of their urban core. The city is located only 25 miles from Chicago and with an important addition to the South Shore Line, is poised to pull incredible investment for commercial and residential projects. Due to the unique investors and interested parties passionate about revitalizing Gary, Veridus is assisting the city by performing due diligence on priority assets, and positioning these assets for economic development opportunities. Veridus is also focused on redevelopment of opportunity areas within the city, and streamlining the development process in terms of incentives, planning and zoning, as well as approval processes with the city’s council and commissions. We also have managed building assessments for priority city owned properties to prime them for redevelopment.

Mt. Comfort Corridor

The Veridus Group was selected by this coalition to lead a study and planning effort to promote smart growth. This included building consensus among a large and diverse group of stakeholders and overseeing completion of a housing study and land use plan. This work has ultimately identified a need for diverse residential, commercial, and mixed use developments. Moving forward, Veridus will be responsible for guiding implementation of these recommendations and continuing to build consensus about opportunities for smart growth along the Corridor. For More Information, CLICK HERE.

Town of Plainfield

In Plainfield, we have worked closely with Town staff on a number of projects including Made @ Plainfield, the Barlow multifamily housing project, redevelopment of the Prewitt Theater, and many other ongoing projects.

Hancock Health

Hired to assist Hancock Health, Veridus helped determine Hancock Health’s vision in developing 140 acres at the southwest corner of I-70 and Mt. Comfort Road. Our team designed and communicated to the development community, ensured the appropriate zoning and financing mechanisms were in place, and assisted in negotiations with interested parties.  The first phase of the campus has begun and is intended to lay the foundation for the expansion of Hancock Health, further serving the immediate and future healthcare needs of Hancock County.  The campus will utilize 25 acres for hospital and medical services with acreage for future development.

Town of Speedway

Veridus has worked alongside the Town of Speedway as a partner in the redevelopment of Main Street and prioritizing key parcels for redevelopment. Our work has spanned the negotiation of developer deals and strategically planning redevelopment strategies for the Town’s growth.

Tipton County

Veridus was hired by the Board of County Commissioners of Tipton County to redevelop over 100 acres for potential industrial uses. This process included data collection and analysis of the physical features of the land and understanding infrastructure and utility improvements needed to redevelop the land. The Veridus team continues to assist the Commissioners in an acquisition strategy to entice future development to the area.

Cedar Lake, Indiana

Cedar Lake is a town in Lake County, Indiana that is centered around a 794 acre lake. Known as a burgeoning recreation hot spot, Cedar Lake has engaged Veridus to help them manage development activities to improve the quality of life for their residents.  

Yorktown, Indiana

Veridus has worked alongside the Town of Yorktown as a partner in the redevelopment of their downtown and prioritizing key parcels for redevelopment.  The Town announced the Oliver project, which will be a mixed-use residential and commercial building across the Civic Green from its new Town Hall building.

Levinson, Noblesville

Veridus was hired by the City of Noblesville to consult on four large public/private partnership projects seeking incentives from the City for development.  Our Community and Economic Development Team continues to help the City understand the private development market, how to coordinate this level of investment through TIF and other funds, and how and when to acquire or dispose of property required for development.

Town of McCordsville

Helping the Town of McCordsville with the implementation of their town center project. McCordsville is a rapidly growing municipality, and they want to provide their residents a place to interact and shop within the community. The Veridus team is helping with Implementation Strategy, Land Strategy, Development Consulting, P3 Negotiations, Municipal Advising.

Building Forensics

With over 20 years of experience, our Building Forensics team is here to help provide input and guidance to owners and prospective owners of the buildings they are taking on. We help identify root causes of structural failures and identify potential issues before they become failures. We also are here to provide input for insurance claims in the case that there are damages.

Nine @ Columbia

Building Forensics

IU Health Cancer Center

Building Forensics

IU Health West Vertical Expansion

Building Forensics

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Nine @ Columbia

Dan Weekes, director of the Building Forensics Team at The Veridus Group, was retained as an extension to the 908 Group Design Team to provide the punch list assessment of the substantially complete University Student Housing residential buildings in Columbia, South Carolina. The buildings consist of four and five floor level areas comprised of 126 residential units with 486 total beds at approximately 162,300 square feet. “Dan Weekes’ attention to detail was exactly what we were looking for and he was able to assist us in getting this project across the finish line,” said Marcos Waissmann, Director of Design and Planning – 908 Group. Before traveling to the location, Dan reviewed the construction documents to gain an understanding of construction and finishes. Upon arrival on site, the goal of the assessment was to thoroughly review all building areas for substantial completion and general finish conditions, and document any deficiencies or unfinished construction activities that remain to be addressed. This included each residential unit made up of living areas, kitchen, bedrooms, closets, bathrooms and mechanical closets. They also included common areas such as corridors, study spaces, stairs and elevators. Upon completion of each building area and floor level, Dan provided 908 Group with a standardized summary report of punch list conditions or issues remaining to be addressed.

IU Health Cancer Center

The Veridus Group Building Forensics Team built a new relationship with IU Health Cancer Center. Historically utilizing services from a larger firm, IU Health and Messer Construction knew the Veridus Group would effectively provide Building Enclosure Commissioning Services that identified deficiencies and many construction defects that otherwise would have gone unnoticed. Our Team’s thorough investigation and responsiveness has built a strong relationship with IU Health.

IU Health West Vertical Expansion

The IU Health West Vertical Expansion included a two-floor expansion of the existing hospital. During construction, it was critical that the Veridus Group help manage and expertly represent the design, construction and occupancy of these additional floors all while the hospital remained in service. This building enclosure commissioning project required Veridus to work with critical water infiltration issues that required assessment, evaluation and repair in order to prevent negative impacts on the open hospital space below. The attention to detail, proactive and collaborative discussions with the hospital teams were essential in the success of this project.

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Civil Engineering

The Veridus Group’s Civil Engineering group offers over 50 years of experience. Our diversity of licensure, disciplines, and experience in Civil Engineering, Architectural, Mechanical (MEP), Building Forensics, Landscape Architectural, and Facilities Management provides a broad level of expertise to project development. With development, design, construction, and facility management experience under one roof, Veridus is unmatched in our market.

The Thirteenth Hour

Civil Engineering

Brownsburg Schools

Civil Engineering

Northview Church

Civil Engineering

Avon Landing

Civil Engineering

Avon Schools Facility Expansions

Civil Engineering

Greenfield Central Schools Expansion

Civil Engineering

Beech Grove High School Athletic Facilities

Civil Engineering

HIS Constructors, Fairland, IN

Civil Engineering

Regency Sidewalk

Civil Engineering

The Thirteenth Hour

The Veridus Group’s Civil Engineering team provided the civil design on a well-known haunted attraction in Indianapolis. Our work on the Thirteenth Hour Haunted Attraction project included site and utility design, stormwater management, and permitting for the construction of a new building with amenities to bring the vacant and dormant site to life. Although there were unique challenges to developing this site that included unconsolidated fill, poor water pressure, and floodplains, our Civil Engineering team partnered with the owner to design the site and strategize on permitting – allowing the immersive haunted attraction to come to fruition. To overcome one of those hurdles, the facility now includes a new water tank for the fire suppression system, which is hidden from view of the guests. While designing the system, there was a leftover ring that is now used as the ring of the Thirteenth Hour entrance clock – a featured piece on the outside of the haunted house.

Brownsburg Schools

The Veridus Group’s experience in school campus design served well when the Brownsburg High School campus needed to realign the Mary E Wilson Legal Drain. The analysis of the surrounding watersheds and redesign of storm structures to reroute the drain through the campus was a challenge the Civil Engineering Team mastered. Despite these ecological challenges, the Brownsburg High School will be better suited for any future expansion or additions to their campus.

Northview Church

Avon Landing

Veridus Group was hired to complete plans for mass grading, utility design and detention analysis for the roughly 130-acre site, known as Avon Landing in the Town of Avon, IN. Avon Landing is a proposed development site best suited for commercial and industrial. Veridus’ site and civil work on this master-planned development allows the Town to easily understand and market the sites for future development.

Avon Schools Facility Expansions

Located on three separate school campuses, Avon Schools looked to build building additions, walkways and parking improvements to their facilities. Veridus Group’s work on this large-scale and intricate project has helped Avon Schools work toward their future planning goals while continuing to provide exceptional facilities for their students, staff and visitors.

Greenfield Central Schools Expansion

As Greenfield Central Schools were looking to expand, the Veridus Group Civil Engineering Team designed three separate building additions that would serve the High School and Middle School campuses. The Veridus Group’s experience in layout and site challenges with school expansions has helped Greenfield and many other school corporations effectively broaden their operations, helping bring top notch education and athletic services to their future generations.

Beech Grove High School Athletic Facilities

The expansion of the Beech Grove High School Athletic facilities included over 35,000 additional square feet for buildings and parking for the High School. As former athletes themselves, the Veridus Civil Engineering Team passionately designed the site to accommodate a new football field, baseball and softball fields, concessions and an early childhood center which will help Beech Grove’s athletics’ department continue to grow and succeed.

HIS Constructors, Fairland, IN

The Veridus Group was hired by HIS Constructors to prepare and design the site work for a 16.65 acre site located in Fairland, IN. The flat terrain and initial cost controls limited the site, however with the Veridus Group team and continuous collaboration with the town, the site will break ground in 2021.

Regency Sidewalk

Located along Epler Avenue in Indianapolis, this project required our Civil Engineering expertise and experience in ROW construction. Providing construction documents that included survey, grading and erosion control within a unique design, the Veridus team improved the engineering process by accommodating and preparing essential construction material from design to construction.

Public Safety

At the Veridus Group, we believe that your facility, staff, clients, and guests should be as safe as possible. Our team will implement Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design strategies, review Emergency Action Plans, and provide training to help you and your staff to be prepared for critical incidents.

Carmel Clay Public Library – Emergency Training

Public Safety

Muncie Civic Theatre

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Carmel Clay Public Library – Emergency Training

The Carmel Clay Public Library staff attended a STOP THE BLEED® class hosted by the Veridus Group and instructed by Shane Ginnan, Project Executive for the Public Safety team. Participants were given classroom instructions to better prepare themselves to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding. The class raised awareness and taught people three quick actions to control serious bleeding. Once the lecture was complete, the staff members practiced their new skill with the instructor. The Carmel Clay Public Library staff is now prepared to take action, should a situation present itself. A well trained and prepared staff can make all the difference when seconds matter.

Muncie Civic Theatre

The Veridus Group recently completed a “Safety and Security Assessment” on the properties owned by the Muncie Civic Theatre. Utilizing the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) strategies, Veridus staff evaluated the physical property and emergency plans to keep staff, visitors, and clients as safe as possible. The assessment reviews numerous hardscape items like landscaping, lighting, pathways, and emergency evacuation and shelter plans. The ultimate goal is to create a safe environment that is not only free of crime and dangers but also attractive and desirable, thus making it inviting to the public at large.

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