Speedway Takes Top Monumental Award

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The Monumental Award was accepted by representatives of The Town of Speedway. The Monumental Award was accepted by representatives of The Town of Speedway.
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Speedway's Main Street revitalization earned the top honor at Thursday's annual Monumental Awards gala. The Indy Chamber event honors individuals and businesses in areas including architecture, real estate development and neighborhood revitalization.

In June, Speedway Town Manager Ian Nicolini said the revitalization effort is focused on the community being defined by "more than a day in May." The $100 million in economic development taking place includes upgrades to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, multiple racing team headquarters and emerging businesses like Big Woods Brewing Co.

Other winners included:

Architecture: IUPUI Science Engineering Lab Building, BSA LifeStructures
Construction: Indianapolis Motor Speedway Project 100, Hunt Construction Group, An AECOM Company
Engineering: US 31 Hamilton County Reconstruction, CHA
Innovative Reuse: The Pin, Deylen Realty;?
Interior Design: LDI, Ltd., CSO Architects, Inc.
Landscape Architecture: Gate 1 Plaza, Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf
Public Art: Talking Wall, Arts Council of Indianapolis
Real Estate Development: The Barton Block, Insight Development Corporation

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