In addition to their ongoing work on the I-65/I-70 North Split, INDOT and Superior Construction will partner up to support philanthropic efforts on the southeast side of Indianapolis, with the help of Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity.
Fifteen volunteers from Superior Construction and INDOT will help with the second phase of the Marshall and Woodruff family home builds, including interior painting, hardware installation, and a variety of other projects during their two build days. This volunteer support will help Greater Indy Habitat complete two of their first builds in 2021.
“Working together on the I-65/I-70 North Split requires a team that is not just interested in keeping motorists able to safely travel to and from their destinations, but coming together in the community to continue that work with our stakeholders for the neighbors who need it most,” said Brian Shattuck, project manager for INDOT.
Superior Construction, who secured the bid for the three-year contract last summer, has been conducting heavy civil construction projects for more than 80 years. The company, headquartered in Portage, IN, is also responsible for work in other sectors, including industrial/petrochemical, marine, aviation, emergency repair, water/wastewater, and energy.
“We have a responsibility to serve the citizens and neighbors in which we conduct our work,” said Tim Johnson, chief operating officer for Superior Construction. “Superior is more than just a contractor for this project, and we’re committed to building up local communities with the same passion, dedication, and quality that we put into projects like the North Split every day.”
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