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Carroll White REMC

Delphi, Indiana

Garmong served as Design-Builder for the construction of a satellite office and operations facility for Carroll White REMC located in Delphi, Indiana. Garmong worked collaboratively with the REMC Board of Directors to define the project budget, select a designer, oversee the design process and build the 45,000-square-foot precast structure. The satellite facility will serve as the operational hub for the REMC’s Carroll County division. The Design-Build delivery approach was selected by the Board to control cost and ensure the project was delivered within the seven month design and construction schedule.

NineStar Connect (Formerly Central Indiana Power)

Greenfield, Indiana

Garmong served as Design-Builder for an expansive renovation of NineStar’s (formerly Central Indiana Power) headquarters in Greenfield, Indiana. The nearly $6 million project, a total adaptive reuse of the existing facility and grounds, included renovation of approximately 32,000 square-feet of office and warehouse space, the demolition of their existing service bay, construction of a nearly 10,000 square-foot new service bay, and construction of a new entry feature. Design of the facility includes a new geothermal system, an approximately 3,000 squarefeet storm shelter within the building, new community room and plaza and an architecturally attractive entry feature.

Garmong assisted the Building Committee throughout all phases of design, construction, annexation and various other decisions. Additionally, the building remained occupied and fully functional throughout construction.

South Central Indiana REMC

Martinsville, Indiana

Serving as Design-Builder, Garmong Construction was challenged with taking four existing SCI REMC buildings on a very constricted 7.5 acre site and designing and constructing two new buildings to house all of SCI REMC’s administration and operations. The two buildings were constructed to completion while maintaining SCI REMC’s administrative staff on-site.

The admin/operations building consists of 50,000-square-feet of office and community room space spread over two stories, as well as a basement and an operations warehouse of approximately 38,000 square-feet. There is also an additional vehicle storage building that is approximately 18,000 square-feet. All buildings were constructed with precast concrete walls and a structural steel frame and metal roof.

Boone REMC

Lebanon, Indiana

Garmong Construction served as Design-Builder for the needed repair of existing building issues including significant upgrades to IT infrastructure, internal and external security upgrades, a community room expansion and enhancements to the dispatch, engineering, field and outage management departments; all oriented toward making the facility much more operationally efficient. Overall, the aforementioned building improvements increased the usable space by more than 35%.

Tipmont REMC

Battleground, Indiana

After studying the feasibility of enhancing its Battleground, Indiana service facility, Garmong Construction was selected to serve as Design-Builder for a new replacement facility on Tipmont’s existing 10 acre site. The new building is nearly 30,000 square-feet, and features an enhanced customer service area, a vehicle storage bay, a new warehouse, new lineman’s quarters, and a second story mezzanine for engineering and IT expansion.

With the corporate headquarters located in Linden, IN, Battleground is the primary facility available to serve Lafayette, West Lafayette, and the north sections of Tippecanoe County. Incorporating new sustainable stormwater controls, new routing to enhance yard storage and facilitate truck traffic, and enhanced site security features, the REMC will also benefit from reduced labor requirements in the handling of materials.

Maryland Community Church

Terre Haute, Indiana

Garmong Construction served as Design-Builder for this 75,000-square-foot facility, which involved more than three years of programming and design, and nearly two full years of construction. Project highlights and unique attributes of this facility include a 1,400 seat sanctuary, atrium seating for 400+, a café and library, an industrial kitchen, a gymnasium and numerous classrooms.

Saint Mother Theodore Guerin Shrine

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Indiana

Planning efforts for the Shrine began in 2006, following Saint Mother Theodore Guerin’s canonization as the eighth American saint. Garmong Construction served as General Contractor for this project. Special features include a museum-like area, complete with educational displays, an entrance that reflects Saint Mother Theodore’s origins in France, a passage fashioned after the wooden ship’s cabin in which Saint Mother Theodore traveled to the United States, an area with images of her new home in the woods of Indiana and a chapel area that serves as a final resting place for the saint.

New Life Fellowship

Terre Haute, Indiana

Garmong served as Design-Builder for this 26,500-square-foot worship facility. This project included a 650-seat sanctuary equipped with state-of-the-art audio and lighting equipment, a youth worship room, nursery, fellowship hall, prayer room, multiple classrooms, a coffee/pastry shop and an administrative wing.

Indiana Pacers Training Facility

Indianapolis, Indiana

Garmong Construction served as a subcontractor on this 72,000-square-foot Pacers / St. Vincent practice facility located in downtown Indianapolis. The five-story facility houses the Indiana Pacers locker room, full practice facilities, support staff and the St. Vincent sports medicine unit. Garmong was contracted to complete multiple scopes of work including fireproofing, exterior framing and air barrier, steel stair towers, a grand monumental staircase and decorative metal railing(s), doors/frames and hardware, and a dumbwaiter and wheelchair lifts.

500 Wabash Apartments

Terre Haute, Indiana

Garmong Construction served as a subcontractor for the installation of a 25,780-square-foot post-tension concrete podium for a multi-purpose commercial retail space. Additionally, an 18,000-square-foot concrete slab on grade was installed. This $22.7M project features 75 apartments on the upper four floors of this five-story building. It houses an estimated 260 Indiana State University juniors, seniors and graduate students in lodging that offers more space and amenities than traditional residence halls – including fully-equipped kitchens.

Highland Quarters

Terre Haute, Indiana

Garmong Construction provided concrete foundation and slab on grade work for this multi-level, 60-unit student housing facility including footings for precast panel bearing, foundations walls, piers, and an elevator pit mat slab, walls and sump pit.


Terre Haute, Indiana

Garmong completed the building foundations and exterior site concrete work. Located in the newly developed retail corridor on Terre Haute’s east side, this is Meijer’s first store in west central Indiana.

Fresh Thyme

West Central, Indiana

Garmong completed interior slab on grade and other site concrete work for the Terre Haute and Bloomington locations, totaling nearly 75,000 square-feet.

Terre Haute Savings Bank

Terre Haute, Indiana

Garmong Construction served as Construction Manager for the construction of two new branch locations for Terre Haute Savings Bank (THSB), while also completing renovations to their main, downtown location. Garmong Construction has been a longtime construction partner to THSB, having constructed their first branch location nearly 10 years ago.

Vigo County Federal Credit Union

Terre Haute, Indiana

Garmong Construction served as Design-Builder for construction of this 5,000-square-foot facility, located on a 1.3-acre site on a frontage outlot in a new 43-acre retail development. Completed in 2009, this branch serves as a second location to the existing and primary downtown corporate headquarters. We also completed light remodel projects at the downtown location.

First Financial Bank Corporate Office – Commercial Lending Department Renovation

Terre Haute, Indiana

Garmong Construction served as General Contractor for the renovation of the existing 16,660-square-foot shell of the fourth floor of First Financial Bank’s (FFB) corporate office for their Commercial Lending Department. The project included a reception area which incorporated radius casework and porcelain tile with a wood slat ceiling, 27 offices with storefront glass, two restrooms, 60 cubicle spaces and a conference room.

Fifth Third Bank

Terre Haute, Indiana

Garmong Construction served as General Contractor for this 5,000-square-foot Fifth Third Bank branch at the Honey Creek Commons, located on Highway 41 South in Terre Haute. This $900,000 project is a wood framed, brick veneer building with site work and landscaping.

First Bank & Trust

Paris, Illinois

This adaptive reuse project was very complex, as space limitations forced the bank to occupy the first level and basement of the existing building while Garmong Construction constructed an entire story over them. To address these concerns, the renovation was accomplished using light gauge steel studs in lieu of heavy steel erection. Since the building is located directly on the Courthouse Square, the architecture needed to relate to the historic courthouse. At the same time, the bank wanted the building to be inviting to their younger customers while not deterring its base of older clients. To accomplish this, the design utilized traditional exterior brick materials complimented by large storefront windows and cast stone detailing. Inside, wood materials were used in the main lobby for traditional appeal, but with modern stain colors and custom glass inserts for modern appeal.

The facility houses a customer lobby and teller functions; new accounts/deposit functions, mortgage, consumer and commercial loan departments; accounting; IT operations; and complete administration services. A six-lane drive-thru banking facility is also included on site. The banking facility accommodates 60+ employees with an additional 10-years of potential expansion planned internally.