Featured Article: Hamstra Goes Green With Sandy Pines Project
Environmentally sound practices today involve making the maximum use of available land and, where possible, restoring unsightly or abandoned acreage to productive use. Across the country, former industrial and other sites have been cleaned up and redeveloped to provide value as parks, residential communities, golf courses and other amenities. And that’s exactly what The Hamstra Group will be doing as it expands Sandy Pines Golf Course in DeMotte, Indiana.
Featured Article: Ice River Springs Is Newest Hamstra Group Client
Ice River Springs Water Company, the Feversham, Ontario-based bottled water company and largest firm of its kind in Canada, is growing. Now with operations in the U.S., the family-owned company recently tapped The Hamstra Group to construct a new facility in Kentland, Indiana. Ice River invested more than $20 million to build and equip a 273,000-square-foot production and distribution center in the Kentland Industrial Park…
Featured Article: The Hamstra Group Busy With Library Renovations
Colfax Public Library in Colfax, Indiana. The Hamstra Group has worked on a host of community libraries, including many historic Carnegie facilities. Among its recent projects are the Monon, Flora, Covington, and Francesville libraries. The company is currently at work on renovations for the Linden Library, a Carnegie library in Linden, Indiana, and the $2.7 million renovation project for the Tippecanoe Public Library, a county branch located in Klondike, Indiana.
Featured Article: A Machine Shop with Style and Substance
Business is good for PSC Machining & Engineering, Inc. in Portage, Indiana. A 15-year-old computerized machine shop that produces parts for a myriad of industries, PSC needed room to grow. Company officials, under the leadership of president and partner Bill Stockwell, also wanted a building that was a cut above the ordinary…