Granger, IN-Ancon Construction, Premier Design-Build Construction Firm, is making huge progress on the first Goddard School location to come to our region. Despite the record amount of rainfall, and daily rain days, our project has went from stick frames to eye popping color and timber elements in a hurry.
The red color was selected by the owner to make his building stand out along SR 23 just east of Heritage Square in Granger, IN. The Owner worked with our in-house design team to accomplish the look and stay on budget. The timbers give the location some added accents and provide a welcoming feeling as you approach the property.
“This is the first commercial project along this stretch of open land and is setting the tone for future development along this corridor. This project has set a high standard in terms of design, materials and color selection” commented Ryan Kring, VP|Business Development.
The location has already received a large number of phone calls and is currently accepting applications for a variety of childcare roles.
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South Bend, IN- Wing Lovers Rejoice! Buffalo Wild Wings, located on Ireland Road on the south side of South Bend is getting a new look. As part of the brand’s constant improvement to be the leader in design and customer experience, BW3’s will be updating both the exterior and interior of their south side location. Ancon Construction, premiere Design-Build construction firm, is the proud builder of our regional BW3’s and the work will begin at the Ireland Road location in late June.
What can B-Dubs fans expect with the re-model? A new exterior and interior look to match the franchise’s latest “Stadia” brand which will include all new interior seating arrangements, modifications to the bar and more TV’s designed to allow anyone seated to have a great view of the game. Other updates include wall decor and other front of house updates. Ancon recently completed a “Stadia” update for the Grape Road location and south side fans can expect to see a similar transformation starting soon.
Matthew VanSoest, Ancon Designer for the Project, commented, “The Ancon team is excited to be part of this image refresher for the south side Buffalo Wild Wings. The updated imaging program will refresh both the interior and exterior branding – creating a positive and exciting experience for patrons.”
When asked about the re-brand concept Ryan Kring, Vice President of Business Development for Ancon Construction stated, “Most of the top brands in US re-brand every 7-8 years and Buffalo Wild Wings understands the value of giving their customers a fresh, yet familiar look at their locations. It shows they know their customers and understand that their brand is constantly evolving. The south side location in South Bend is a popular location and this refresh also shows Buffalo Wild Wings commitment to our community and to the south side. We are the proud builders for Buffalo Wild Wings and look forward to being a part of keeping their brand fresh and exciting.”
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Goddard School is making progress despite the record setting rain that has plagued our region for the last couple months. Our latest project video update shows that the roof is almost closed and we are close to having the building water tight.
May 23, 2019-Elkhart, IN-Northern Indiana Events Center
We are proud to recognize Eric Jensen for his selection for the 2019 40 under 40 award. Michiana Forty under 40 shines the spotlight on 40 of the region’s most talented and dedicated young executives, professionals and leaders who demonstrate career success and community engagement, all before the age of 40. The 2019 class will see its 500th honoree and more! 2019 marks the program’s 13th year. This program is an annual collaborative effort between the South Bend Regional Chamber, Young Professionals Network South Bend as well as other partners and chambers in the Michiana region.
RECIPIENTS ARE SELECTED BASED ON
THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
Initiative and dedication in pursuing their career
Proven success and achievement in their job/career
Investment in and service to others through their involvement in civic, charitable and/or religious organizations
Passion for their community, giving back because of that passion
Under the age of 40 on May 23, 2019
Live and work in Michiana (LaPorte, St. Joseph, Elkhart, Starke & Marshall counties in Indiana; and Cass & Berrien counties in Michigan)
Lived in the Michiana region (LaPorte, St. Joseph, Elkhart, Starke & Marshall counties in Indiana; and Cass & Berrien counties in Michigan) for a minimum of two years
Nominees may be eligible in these and other industry sectors: education, health care, business/professional, social services/not-for-profit, government/public service, financial services, attorney
Eric became a licensed architect at the age of 26, becoming one of the youngest licensed architects in the State of Indiana and in the Michiana region. During his work at Ancon Construction, he’s overseen many familiar projects include the new Potawatomi Zoo entry building and the United Way South East Community Center. The best advice he’s been given is, “Be authentic, be genuine, be YOU”.
We are thrilled for Eric to receive this highly earned recognition. Eric joins Ryan Kring, Matt VanSoest, Rhett Fisher and Cullen Stanger as other past recipients of the award that work at Ancon Construction. Congratulations from all of us here at Ancon Construction.
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January 23, 2019-South Bend, IN. Construction progress continues on Potawatomi Zoo’s new entrance. The light winter has allowed Ancon Construction, to continue work. This week, new timbers have arrived onsite and will begin to be installed. The timbers columns have been put in place and additional timber beams will be installed on the columns to form the gift shop and lobby. Incorporating the timber will provide a unique design feature to compliment other timber accents found throughout the zoo.
Timber Columns In Place
Eric Jensen, Architect for Ancon Construction, was excited to see the timbers arrive onsite, “Seeing the timber columns put in place really starts to make the building come to life. Utilizing glass for a majority of the exterior will allow visitors to see more of the timbers on both the outside and the inside.”
Completion of the new entry is expected to be completed by end of summer 2019. To learn more about the project visit the Zoo Front Entry Project link.
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