July / August 2016

July / August 2016 -InteractiveVolume 19, Number 4



The Ohio River Bridges Project has been a long time coming. Learn about the downtown construction challenges and the East End economic growth. [Full story]

Vision Review and Update

At the approximate one-third mark of the Indiana Vision 2025 plan, a Chamber task force analyzes the progress and makes some adjustments. [Full story]

Towering Achievement

Ash Skyline Plaza and the adjacent Skyline Tower become signs of achievement and progress in downtown Fort Wayne. [Full story]


All About Those Alliances

Congressional caucuses have been around for a long time. What are some of the unique causes that bring lawmakers together? [Full story]


Information Salvation

Lifeline Data Centers offers an important service to a growing number of companies and organizations at all levels. [Full story]

Completing the Route

Facts, figures, maps and a southwestern Indiana view on the impact of Interstate 69 from Evansville to Indianapolis. [Full story]

Breaking Down the Numbers

Affordable energy has long been an Indiana strength, one especially important for manufacturers. The advantage is becoming more difficult to maintain. [Full story]

Access and Speed

The U.S. is not keeping up with other countries on some broadband measures. A lack of assistance from Washington is cited as one of the reasons why. [Full story]

Briefly Speaking

Partnering for energy efficiency improvements; taking shovel ready to a new level; adding to shipping records at Indiana ports. [Full story]


Building Talk

Skilled workers, technology changes, signature projects and more are in the spotlight as industry leaders discuss construction today and tomorrow. [Full story]

Back to the People

Indianapolis International Airport converting acreage for public uses. Discover what’s in store for properties in Hendricks and Marion counties. [Full story]

Positive Diagnosis

Medical campus to make a major difference in many ways in downtown Evansville as project complements other initiatives. [Full story]

You Can Bank on This

Real estate requirements change as online banking services continue to grow. Branch conversions become more common. [Full story]

Maybe It Makes Too Much Sense

Indiana University dean among those making the case for a federal regulatory budget. He explains why Washington needs a new approach. [Full story]

Corporate Social Responsibility

Impact investing remains a bit ahead of its time, but that doesn’t stop anticipation of what could be coming in the future. [Full story]

County Focus: Jefferson


President’s Message

Tweet Street

Workforce survey results

Postsecondary Pathways
Honda event

In Pictures
Gubernatorial candidates

Guest Column
IndianaMap geographic resource

In Pictures
Best Places to Work in Indiana

Found Elsewhere
Construction employment

Featured Video

Editorial Calendar

February 2021 Rebuilding Indiana’s Economy Outstanding Talent: Education and Workforce Development County Spotlight: Hamilton

May 2021 Best Places to Work in Indiana County Spotlight: Warrick

August 2021 Indiana Vision 2025: New Report Card Indiana Vision 2025: Dynamic and Creative Culture County Spotlight: Porter

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