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Hotel Design is Changing the Indianapolis Marketplace and Boosting Economy

Hotel Design is Changing the Indianapolis Marketplace and Boosting Economy

Choosing a destination for business or leisure travel is based on many factors. Locations in the highest demand host major conventions and sporting events and offer diverse dining, entertainment, and transportation options. Indianapolis has seen an explosive growth in tourism as a result of the city’s focus on quality amenities, including the need for thoughtful hotel development. According to recent statistics reported by Visit Indy, 28 million people visited Indianapolis this year, with more than 70 percent hotel occupancy. This….

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Cheers to 2018: A video of our completed work

Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Announces Changes to Leadership Team

Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Announces Changes to Leadership Team

Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf has added Tim Wise as its newest partner and Rosie Foulke to the executive team as the business enters its 50th year as a design and architecture firm in Indianapolis. On Jan. 1, Foulke became the vice president of business development. She has worked at Browning Day since November 2015, most recently as the business development manager. She replaces Larry Roan, who retired at the end of 2016. Foulke brings more than 15 years of professional….

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15th Annual IPL Mayor’s Lunch for Parks

15th Annual IPL Mayor’s Lunch for Parks

Browning Day is proud to support the Indianapolis Parks Foundation at their 15th Annual IPL Mayor’s Lunch for Parks today! Our city’s investment in parks – both existing and new – is critically important because there is now, as parks advocates have long preached anecdotally, a quantifiable correlation between a community’s park system (in both size and quality), and its overall quality of life, sustainability, and economic capacity. Parks are critical infrastructure; just as much as quality roads, schools, and utilities. The….

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Happy Holidays from Browning Day

Happy Holidays from Browning Day

  As we depart for the holidays, we just want to express our warm wishes for you all to have a wonderful holiday season! It has been an eventful year for our team: Updating the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the Project 100 Opening the new, state-of-the-art CityWay YMCA in downtown Indianapolis Getting a “thumbs up” from Senator John Kerry on the new building for the Indiana University School of Global & International Studies Bringing the Art Bäks to Mass Ave’s Davlan Park Received an award for the Hilbert….

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Browning Day featured in LASN’s “Firms of the Midwest”

Browning Day featured in LASN’s “Firms of the Midwest”

Landscape Architect & Specifier News – November 2015 “Firms of the Midwest” Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf, Indianapolis, Ind. Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf began as a landscape architectural firm in 1967. Today, it is one of the leading architectural, landscape architectural design and planning firms in the Midwest. The firm has 4 principles, 28 architects, 10 landscape architects, 3 interior designers and 8 administrative professionals. Now in its third generation of leadership, the firm’s work encompasses academic, parks and recreation, preservation and….

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Welcome Tim and Rosie!

Dan Overbey Receives Award of Outstanding Achievement

Dan Overbey Receives Award of Outstanding Achievement

Daniel Overbey, Director of Sustainability at Browning Day, was honored on Friday, April 10, with an Award of Outstanding Achievement by the Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) Alumni Society. The Award of Outstanding Achievement is bestowed on CAP alumni who hold positions of distinction, demonstrate exceptional success in their field, and make outstanding contributions to their profession and to society. Dan graduated Summa Cum Laude from CAP in 2005 with a Bachelor of Architecture degree and Bachelor of Science in Environmental….

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Union Station to Undergo Repairs

Union Station to Undergo Repairs

Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects (BDMD) recently completed a study of Union Station that identified nearly $7 million in needed repairs and improvements. The building is structurally sound and emergency repairs have already been completed. Greg Jacoby, BDMD Principal, and Adam Thies, director of the Department of Metropolitan Development, led members of the media on a tour of the building on August 20, 2014.  

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INASLA Celebrates National Landscape Architecture Month

INASLA Celebrates National Landscape Architecture Month

April is National Landscape Architecture Month and for the  occasion, the Indiana Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (INASLA) commissioned Outside the Box, a local non-profit that assists people with developmental disabilities, to create an art piece that shows all components of landscape architecture. This art piece is currently on display in the Central Library in downtown Indianapolis. BDMD’s landscape architecture studio took a stroll to the library to support this initiative and admire the piece. In photo from….

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