Set to break ground in the Fall of 2018, the new Main Street Park in Whitestown, Indiana, is the first municipal Construction Manager as Constructor (CMc) project in the state of Indiana.
The Nickel Plate District Amphitheater is one of Central Indiana’s premier outdoor music and event venues. It hosts a variety of events including concerts, cultural events, festivals, the Fishers Farmers Market, and more. The outdoor venue is open year-round and can accommodate performances from a simple acoustic set to a 5,000 person concert.
The Carmel Amphitheater, also known as Village on the Green, consisted of brick paver walks, decomposed granite display parking for farmers’ market vendors, permeable paver horseshoe drive including parking space for the Palladium, office building and civic theater. Outdoor green space also included lighting and outdoor amphitheater.
Meyer Najem served as the construction manager for Grand Park, a 350-acre family sports destination like no other. The sports campus features a full-range of championship-level outdoor facilities for baseball, softball and field sports including soccer, football, field hockey, and lacrosse. It includes an extensive irrigation system, nine lakes, trees and hills and 4,700 parking spaces that are connected by a single road that runs through Grand Park to ensure safety.
Minor league baseball stadium with 2,350 fixed seats, 1,500 lawn seats, enclosed suites with dedicated outside seating, concessions, hospitality areas with covered canopies, and an open concourse. This project was a 2016 ABC Award of Excellence Winner.