Category Archives: philanthropy

Browning Day Takes Home 9 Awards This Season

Browning Day Takes Home 9 Awards This Season

Our team of talented landscape architects and architects have worked very hard over the past year. The Browning Day and Turner Construction team took home four awards during the CANstruction event at the Indiana State Fair this summer. Firms in the architecture, engineering and construction industry partnered up to create structures out of cans of food. The cans were then donated to Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, one of the largest local food banks in the state. The team won….

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Interior Design Leader Combats Poverty Housing Crisis by Joining Women Build

Interior Design Leader Combats Poverty Housing Crisis by Joining Women Build

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – In Monroe County, one in five people are living in poverty, the highest percentage in Indiana, according to a Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County statistic. In an effort to support the community she lives in, Lacey Causseaux, Browning Day’s Director of Interior Design, is trading in her laptop for a hard hat and joining the next Women Build. The Habitat for Humanity Women Build promotes the involvement of women in the construction of Habitat houses. The….

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Browning Day Partners with Parks Groups to Re-Design Indy Park

Browning Day Partners with Parks Groups to Re-Design Indy Park

As we continue to celebrate our 50th year, Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf is honored to have the opportunity to give back to our community by leading the design of the Sandorf Park revitalization project. In 2017, Browning Day was selected by the Indianapolis Parks Foundation and IndyParks to re-design Sandorf Park as part of the 2018 National Recreation and Parks Association’s (NRPA) Parks Build Community program; a key component of the 2018 NRPA National Congress, which will bring between 7,000-10,000….

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Browning Day Architect Volunteer Designs Two Indy Homes

Browning Day Architect Volunteer Designs Two Indy Homes

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two deserving families will soon be able to live in beautifully renovated homes thanks to one Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architect and the help from the wonderful organization, Hearts and Hands Indianapolis. In July 2016, Architect Jennifer Miller wanted to use her skills and give back to her community. She joined Great Places 2020, an organization with the mission to transform underserved neighborhoods and spur urban revitalization. A local leader within that group introduced her to Hearts….

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