As of July 1, the Construction Manager at Risk (CM at Risk) delivery method is available to Indiana K-12 schools, municipalities and other small, public entities that receive state funding for construction projects. Follow the link below to read more about why this new delivery method is something to get excited about.
Meyer Najem, one of the leading construction managers and contractors in the region, has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by The Indianapolis Star. The award recipients are selected based solely on employee feedback, measuring aspects of workplace culture such as alignment, execution and connection. Meyer Najem is proud to have achieved this honor…Learn More
Meyer Najem is committed to sustainable construction practices. We have many accredited professionals and have built several LEED Certified projects. So why is that important? Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a third-party verification system for green buildings developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). LEED certification helps to identify how environmentally…Learn More
At Meyer Najem, we have an aggressive position on safety and a relentless motive to improve it. Construction work is inherently one of the most dangerous occupations, and winter weather can make it even more dangerous. Even though this has been one of the milder winters on record, taking proper safety precautions when cold weather…Learn More
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Mainstreet®, the nation’s largest developer of transitional healthcare properties, announced today that Meyer Najem, one of the Midwest’s largest construction firms, will exclusively lead its construction projects. “The properties we develop represent how Mainstreet is transforming lives and disrupting the healthcare industry,” said Zeke Turner, founder and CEO of Mainstreet. “Meyer Najem…Learn More
Meyer Najem to Build New Cancer Center at Community Hospital North (Fishers, Indiana) — October 7, 2015 As one of the leading construction firms in the Midwest, Meyer Najem was selected to serve as construction manager of the $30 million cancer center at Community Hospital North. The new three-story, 122,000-square-foot oncology center will be built south…Learn More
The summer concert series is the longest running series of its kind in Hamilton County. It provides live entertainment by popular artists performed on an outdoor stage at Forest Park, Dillion Park, and Southside Park. These concerts are free to the community, and guests are welcome to bring their own food and beverages to enjoy while in attendance.Learn More
(Fishers, Indiana) Meyer Najem has been awarded the construction management of a significant new $11.5 million redevelopment effort in downtown Kokomo, Indiana. The new downtown development will address the flood prone area along the Wildcat Creek by directing $2.5 million in flood mitigation efforts to repurpose the site for the stadium. The $9 million stadium…Learn More