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GOVERNOR HOLCOMB HONORED BUSINESSES FOR LONGEVITY AND SERVICE!

BCCLT Consulting Engineers was honored to receive a Half Century Award for 2019 from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.  Dennis Verkamp and Eric Nunning, with BCCLT, were present at the Awards Ceremony, held at the Indiana Statehouse, to accept the Award from Governor Eric J. Holcomb.The Governor’s Half Century Business Award honors Hoosier businesses that have remained in operation for a minimum of 50 consecutive years and have demonstrated a commitment to community service.

Governor Holcomb stated “Today we honor businesses that have helped lay a foundation for economic success in Indiana, maintaining operations for more than 50 to 100 years and creating long-term career opportunities for Hoosiers.  Through a strong dedication to their employees, their businesses and their communities, these companies exemplify the pioneering spirit and perseverance that will push our state forward for years to come.”

Again, BCCLT is honored to have received this award and looks forward to many more years of service.

USI’s SCREAMING EAGLES ARENA OPENS

BCCLT Consulting Engineers served as the engineer of record for the University of Southern Indiana Physical Activities Center (PAC).  The 4,800-seat arena replaces USI’s Physical Activities Center. The first public event in the arena was a discussion with retired General Colin Powell.

The area has a modern scoreboard with four large video screens hanging from the rafters.  There is a row of VIP box suites as well as the University’s Varsity Club suite.  Three concession areas are in the arena.  The arena has three uniform locker rooms for the men’s and women’s basketball teams and volleyball team.  The locker rooms will also be used for students to study and hang out.  Screaming Eagles Arena is a state-of-the-art facility.

In addition to using for athletics, the arena will be used for commencement ceremonies, speaker engagements and as a community emergency shelter when needed.

Cost for the two-phase project is estimated at $65.6 million.

USI’s Facebook page (Click Here) gives you a sneak peek into the new home of the Screaming Eagles!