Each year, the Monumental Awards recognize the most significant achievements by individuals and businesses contributing to excellence in architecture, engineering, interior design, landscape architecture, construction, real estate development, neighborhood revitalization, innovative reuse, and public art throughout the Indianapolis region. It was the third year the award ceremony took place at the historic Tibbs Drive-In Theater on the west side of Indianapolis, leveraging neighborhood assets for a more interactive event.

All awards were deliberated by sanctioning organizations selected from the specific area of discipline for each category.


Real Estate Development: Proscenium submitted by Birkla Investment Group

Architecture: First Internet Bank Headquarters submitted by Browning Day

Construction: Butler University, New Sciences Complex submitted by Pepper Construction Indiana

Engineering: 220 Meridian submitted by Keystone Group

Innovative Reuse: P30 submitted by Carson Design Associates

Interior Design: Gregory & Appel submitted by Parallel Design Group

Landscape Architecture: Johnson-Floyd Family Presidential Commons submitted by Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

Neighborhood Revitalization: Indianapolis Consolidated Civil and Criminal Courthouse submitted by Schmidt Associates

Public Art: Transitions by Jackie Head – IND Concrete Batch Plant Fencing Art submitted by Indianapolis Airport Authority

People’s Choice: The Alfred Amos Legacy Project submitted by Russell’s Building Camp

The 46th annual Indy Chamber Monumental Awards is supported by presenting sponsor Everwise Credit Union, Monumental Film sponsor Paethos Media, Construction category sponsor Quality Connection of Central Indiana, Neighborhood Revitalization category sponsor Hirons, and Entertainment sponsors 4 Ever Smiles, Chapital Photography, and DJ Helicon.

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About the Indy Chamber

The Indy Chamber is honored to be named the 2021 ACCE Chamber of the Year for their hard work and dedication to the Indy Region. We serve as a voice of progress and improvement in the region, uniting business and community to maintain a strong economy and quality of life. Our advocacy efforts, networking events, economic development initiatives, and other member benefits position members, business leaders, and the community for success. Indy has what it takes to be a world-class region where innovation meets performance. The Indy Chamber is here to realize that potential to its fullest.

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The Business Courier identified dozens of projects that will alter the landscape over the coming years. For our annual Projects to Watch, we selected not by size or dollar amount, but by the amount of change they will bring to different corners of the Tri-State.

BIG & Woolpert Partner To Design Multifamily, Mixed-Use Second Phase Of Proscenium

Birkla Investment Group and Woolpert have partnered on the development of phase two of Proscenium, a multifamily, mixed-use development at 1215 Rangeline Road in Carmel, Ind. The $29 million project will complement and extend the amenities offered by Proscenium, an $85 million mixed-use development that opened in fall 2021 at 20 W. Carmel Drive.

Proscenium Nearing Construction Completion On $1M Amenity Deck

BIG has hired Midwest Landscaping to install a 40-by-15-foot stainless steel pool on the rooftop of its parking garage overlooking Carmel Drive. The pool will be lifted into position and installed via crane, closing Carmel Drive between 3rd Avenue and Rangeline Road on Tuesday, January 25 from 9 a.m. to noon.

Living At Proscenium Is Living Life Center Stage

If you’re looking to live in Carmel’s newest premier condominium and custom luxury apartment community—REV/VĒR at Proscenium—now is your opportunity! Preconstruction pricing ends this August as the developer, Novo Development Group, a Birkla Investment Group company, is midconstruction on the 22 condo and 196 apartment units located at Carmel Drive and Range Line Road.