Mosaic Building Solutions to Build Discount Market in Auburn

AUBURN, Ind. (July 18, 2017) – Breaking ground last month, Mosaic Building Solutions is working with ALDI to bring the discount supermarket to Auburn’s marketplace by year’s end.

Located at 207 Touring Drive, Mosaic began the project by demolishing the existing building on the lot. The hope is the brand new 20,000 ft2 space will better serve the community that has limited choices in where they are able to buy groceries. 

“With only one discount grocery in the Auburn area, we believe it is important to the community to have more choices in where they can access good food at affordable prices,” President of Mosaic Building Solutions Jake Fetters said. “ALDI’s also realized how significant their store could be to the area and that is why we are proud to be working with them on this project.”

The $2.5 million project will wrap up in December and should be open at the beginning of 2018.

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management. Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

The Mosaic Building Solutions Team Continues to Grow

The Mosaic Building Solutions Team Continues to Grow

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (April 18, 2017) – Mosaic Building Solutions is adding two new employees to their growing roster to help aid in business development and accounting.

Joining the team as the business’s Accountant, Beverly Inskeep is originally from Decatur, but moved to Fort Wayne while pursuing a degree in accounting. After nearly 10 years within the healthcare field, Inskeep decided to make the switch to the construction industry.

“After spending close to a decade in the medical field, I was looking for a new challenge and industry,” Inskeep said. “Mosaic is still a relatively new company, but growing in both size and revenue. This opportunity allowed me to come in at near ground level with a company that has a wonderful culture and ambitious goals.”

Mosaic’s new Business Development Manager, Jenny Cronenwett, has spent her life in sales and construction. Growing up in Connersville, Cronenwett’s father owned a construction company, where she first learned the in’s and out’s of the business. After moving with her family to Fort Wayne almost a decade ago, Cronenwett worked in sales.

“When I was first introduced to Mosaic, I quickly became very interested in Mosaic’s ‘design, build, manage’ outlook on construction, because it is a smart, more efficient approach to construction,” Cronenwett said. “Growing up close to Indy, I have a deeper appreciation of Fort Wayne because it is a big city, with a small town feel. My goal in this role will be to help the businesses of Fort Wayne achieve their talent attraction goals, through smarter building projects during this citywide renaissance.” 

Opening their doors in 2014, Mosaic and E&V Construction combined their work force in 2015. Since then, Mosaic bought the 709 Clay Street property in late 2016 and has been remodeling the first and second floor for continued growth opportunities. They currently have 23 employees.

 

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.   Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

 

 

SDI Installs Two Employee Locker Rooms

SDI Installs Two Employee Locker Rooms

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (March 14, 2017) – Mosaic Building Solutions is announcing their partnership with Steel Dynamics, Inc. (SDI) to create worker locker rooms in two of their Columbia City buildings.

The build out will be located in the HSM and Rail Welding buildings, for a total of 6,800 square-feet. The project aims to give employees a private space to change after a shift. The two locker rooms will be fitted with storage lockers, private bathrooms and large showers.

“SDI and their employees have been eager to install these new changing areas,” President of Mosaic Building Solutions Jake Fetters said. “This project means employees can easily clean up after a shift without having to leave the building. Not only does this help save time for employees, but it also ensures a cleaner work environment.”

The exterior of the new addition is made up of three-inch insulated metal wall panel, which allows for a faster build out, without sacrificing on insulation and weather proofing qualities.

The project is set to wrap up in July 2017.

 

About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.  Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

 

 

Creative Financial Staffing Renovates for Growing Team

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (February 9, 2017) – As the north side’s Creative Financial Staffing team grows, so has their need for a bigger office. Located on the Dupont Circle, the company will be working with Mosaic Building Solutions to find a creative way to accommodate their growth.

“Creative Financial Staffing came to us when they realized how overgrown they had become in their existing office layout,” President of Mosaic Building Solutions Jake Fetters said. “Digging into space-saving design strategies, we believe their team will not only be able to function better, but also add employees to their growing team.”

With 1,900 square-feet, the company’s goal is to adjust the walls, cubicles and furniture in a way that allows for better use of space – without adding square footage. The $35,000 project will also add additional private interview rooms, allowing the staff to function more effectively in day-to-day operations of bringing more quality placements into the Fort Wayne accounting and financial industry.

With no planned business disturbance, the project will be completed in mid-March.

About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management. Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

 

Local Convo Relay Branch Expands Building

Local Convo Relay Branch Expands Building

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (February 2, 2017) – Looking to expand their services within the greater Fort Wayne area, Convo Relay is working with Mosaic Building Solutions to expand and remodel their current office to support a growing team.

With their current space at 1,000 square-feet, the new building will be over four times this size, boasting 4,200 square-feet to aid in further developing their services. Located on Dupont Circle, the $250,000 project will wrap up at the beginning of March 2017.

Based out of New York, Convo Relay is a deaf-owned business that provides a video relay service enabling the deaf community to use an interpreter to speak to others via phone. To ensure the individual needs for each client, their new building will have specific sound proof design properties and materials for quality acoustics. The Mosaic team also has had to factor in the need of visual sight lines due to the majority of Convo Relay’s daily work is done through video conferencing.

“It has been a joy to work with the the Convo Relay ownership team,” said President of Mosaic Building Solutions Jake Fetters. “This job has posed new and interesting challenges for everyone on the crew due to the nature of the client’s work. It is great to see the amount of detail that has gone into the project to ensure the new space is perfect for Convo Relay’s team.

This project is predicted to have a large and overwhelmingly positive impact for the regional deaf community, as it provides them with better communication services for their family and friends.

 

About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.  Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

 

 

Mosaic Building Solutions Moves to Downtown Fort Wayne

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (December 8, 2016) – In an effort to expand business and engage with the downtown community, Mosaic Building Solutions has moved their office to their newly purchased 709 Clay Street property.

“Even though we are only 2 ½ years old, we have already seen tremendous growth,” President of Mosaic Building Solutions Jake Fetters said. “This building is giving us the opportunity to grow our staff in the future, as well as join the downtown business district.”

Previously owned by the Fort Wayne Medical Society, Mosaic has plans to renovate the three-floor, 12,855 square-foot building where the historic structure and façade will receive a modernized interior. Moving into parts of the second floor for their office space, they are also putting plans together to have a presence on the first floor which will be shared with the Fort Wayne Medical Society.

The renovation of the first two floors will wrap up by March 2017. Plans for the third floor have not yet been finalized.

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management. Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

Mosaic Building Solutions to Sponsor Science Central’s Annual Gala

Fort Wayne, Ind. (November 2, 2016) – Science Central’s annual fundraising event, Mixology – Battle of the Bartenders, will be held at C2G Music Hall on Friday, November 4 beginning at 6:30 p.m. As a sponsor of the event, Mosaic Building Solutions encourages the community to take part in this entertaining event

In a night that will bring out the inner scientist, the gala ensures attendees ages 21+ will have fun using all their senses as they learn about the art of mixology. With demonstrations performed by Ivy Tech students, Cardinal Spirits, Science Central and some of our communities’ best bartenders, guests will learn more about the science behind how drinks are made to address each of our five senses, and will be voting for their favorite drink/bartender of the evening.

“Science Central is a huge part of the community,” President of Mosaic Building Solutions, Jake Fetters said. “From exploring Science Central as a child, and now taking my own children there, I see firsthand how important it is to support community organizations like this one, and encourage others to see it too.”    

Tickets are currently on sale for this cocktail-attire event. Individuals can purchase tickets for $60 and couples for $110.

 

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.  Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

YMCA Camp Potawotami to Build Modernized Cabin

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (September 6, 2016) – Looking to update the camping experience at the YMCA Camp Potawotami cabins, the YMCA and Mosaic Building Solutions are beginning work on the second of the three new lodges being built.

Located in Wolcottville, Ind., the new 2,400 square-foot cabins will give campers a comfortable and modernized outdoor experience with new individual showers and bathrooms located within the cabins. The $280,000 project will also include two bunking rooms that will accommodate up 28 people and a large common area.

“Camp Potawotami has long been a staple for many of the children growing up in northern Indiana, as well as around the world,” said President of Mosaic Building Solutions Jake Fetters. “Looking to attract a new generation to the outdoor experience, the camp is adding a little more comfort into the Summer adventure they offer.”  

The construction will wrap up by the beginning of November and officially be in use as of the 2017 Summer. To learn more about Summer camp registration, call 260-351-2525, or visit fwycamp.org.

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management. Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

 

Noble County Invests in New Maintenance Building

Noble County Invests in New Maintenance Building

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (August 19, 2016) – Looking to invest into the upkeep of northeast Indiana, Mosaic Building Solutions and Noble County are beginning work on a new maintenance facility. 

The project will consist of a new 7,160-square-foot building that will enable the county to provide quicker and better services to those living in the surrounding area.

“The Noble County maintenance crew was in need of a larger work area,” said President of Mosaic Building Solutions, Jake Fetters. “Not only will this new building give them the space for maximum work flow, but it will also be loaded with top of the line equipment.”

The $1.4 million job will include the installation of two state of the art equipment lifts and cranes. This machinery will give the crew the instant mobility to work with heavy equipment—leading to better response time and in-house abilities.

Looking to wrap up the project by February of 2017, the Mosaic team will first have to utilize GeoPiers that will provide additional support to the structure due to soil conditions, and then relocate the power and fiber optic cables to the new structure.

The existing site is at 1118 East Main St, Albion, Ind.  

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.  Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

 

Fort Wayne’s First Container Bar is Coming to Town

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (June 13, 2016) – On Monday at 9 a.m., Mosaic Building Solutions and Wine Down Tastings and Tapas will be closing two lanes on Jefferson Blvd. to install Fort Wayne’s first container facility on the wine bar’s outdoor deck.

The $85,000 project will include a 320 ft2 outdoor bar that will be the area’s first custom made structure from a steel shipping container. The box will provide an indoor kitchen and bartending space, with seating for up to 30 along the outside counter.  

“When Wine Down came to us with this idea, we were thrilled to tackle a design that is not only a new concept for downtown, but also for the Fort Wayne area,” says President of Mosaic Building Solutions, Jake Fetters. “This will give our client the ability to service their outdoor customers with a different and exciting environment that will be one of a kind in the city.”

Not only will this be unique outdoor space, but the project is also a part of a green initiative. With a surplus of shipping containers due to import/export disparities, this new trend aims to repurpose containers into maintainable and functional spaces for businesses by installing openings, electrical, gas, water and specialized painting.

Located on the corner of Jefferson Blvd. and Harrison St., Wine Down Tastings and Tapas plans to open the new space on July 1, 2016.

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management. Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion. 

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

Mosaic Building Solutions Spends Summer on IPFW’s Campus

FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Making the rounds amongst IPFW’s campus, Mosaic Building Solutions is breaking ground on two renovation projects this Spring that aim to update student facilities.

“IPFW is a beautiful campus,” President of Mosaic Building Solutions Jake Fetters said. “Partnering with this institution has allowed us to enhance every student's experience while they spend time at the school.”

Already at work in the Helmkey Library, the Mosaic team will be updating eight restrooms on four floors within the library. Spending $395,000, the 2,500-square-foot project will include a complete remodel of the restrooms that were last updated in the 1970’s. Both modernizing and reconfiguring to maximize space, the job will wrap in the Fall of 2016.

“Mindfully working to keep distractions to a minimum, the majority of the projects will take place throughout the Summer months to not disrupt students,” Fetters said.  

Mosaic is also making upgrades to the Walb Student Union’s billiards area; a space adjacent to the student government office. Constructing a coffee bar and glass wall, only 1250-square-feet will be affected. This project sanctions the billiards-area fun by the ensuring pool balls cannot haphazardly escape from the space. The updates will be completed by the beginning of the 2016 school year.

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management. Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

Mosaic Building Solutions Brings New Life to Huntington’s City Services Building

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (May 3, 2016) -- Breaking ground in Huntington this Spring, Mosaic Building Solutions is building a new 20,000-square-foot City Services building.

 

Due to the deteriorating condition of the existing facility, Mosaic began the project by levelling the old City Services building to start anew on the existing site. The new $1.9 million building will serve as an administrative space, as well as place to store and maintain city equipment and vehicles.  

 

Bringing in a team of local construction experts, Mosaic is building a hybrid structure of pre-engineered metal building conventional steel framing / block and joist / and light gauge metal trusses together as one building designed by Barton Coe Vilamaa.

 

“Not only are we adamant on seeking regional projects, but we savor jobs that allow us to bring in a local crew of skilled workers,” Fetters said. “This not only keeps dollars in the region, but it also establishes a point of pride for those living and working in the area.”

 

The new project, that will wrap up in the Fall of 2016, is located at 634 Webster St. in Huntington, Ind.

 

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.   Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

 

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

 

 

Mosaic Building Solutions Set to Renovate New Kitch Acceptance Corp. Downtown Location

Mosaic Building Solutions Set to Renovate New Kitch Acceptance Corp. Downtown Location

 

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (March 15, 2016) – Mosaic Building Solutions is partnering with Kitch Acceptance Corp. to renovate their new office space located at 130 W. Main St. in downtown Fort Wayne.

 

Having recently bought this notable space previously used by Merrill Lynch, the new location is more than double the size of Kitch’s current location. The 24,851 square foot building will undergo both interior and exterior remodeling. A move that will not only set the company up to accommodate future growth, but also cater to the needs of the city’s businesses by having a more centralized location.

 

“Our business is passionate about revitalizing Fort Wayne’s downtown,” President of Mosaic Building Solutions Jake Fetters said. “Kitch’s energy to recycle and modernize this downtown space matched our commitment to cater to the communities needs.”

 

Opening this May, the $1.4 million project will feature 13 new offices with state-of-the-art windows, curtainwall and cloud design.

 

“This partnership showcases the investment our companies have in the region,” Fetters said. “We aim to set up Kitch for success in their renovated space and are confident it will set up the area for likewise success.”

 

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build. Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.   Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

 

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

Mosaic Building Solutions Welcomes Glen Smith to Team

Mosaic Building Solutions Hires New Team Member

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – In a move that continues to grow the Mosaic Building Solutions team, this month the 1.5-year-old company announced the appointment of Glen Smith as a new project manager. 

With 25 years of experience in the construction industry, Smith’s responsibilities include keeping construction on time and under budget. With a track record of managing projects, such as, Parkview’s Regional Medical Center, the YMCA of DeKalb and multiple Fort Wayne Community School renovations, Smith’s relationships with the contractor community will aid in project efficiency.

 “My father was a carpenter his entire life, so I picked up the trade by watching him and helping as I grew up, which really gave me the love for this industry” Smith said. “I am excited to be a part of a company that is reinventing how we do business.”

In the past year and a half, Mosaic Building Solutions has forged a unique way to provide customers a total solution for their building needs: from conception to handing the keys over and beyond.

“I see this being the differentiator with Mosaic,” Smith affirmed. “I feel this is already having a positive impact on Fort Wayne and people are taking notice!”

Mosaic is also looking forward to the addition of passion and knowledge to their team. 

“Watching our company grow so fast has been unexpected, yet thrilling to see so many people rally behind our business,” President of Mosaic Building Jake Fetters said. “Welcoming an outgoing and knowledgeable guy like Glen will help our company continue to provide Fort Wayne with a better way of building.”

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About Glen Smith

Glen Smith graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Building Construction Management. He has actively volunteered for Habitat for Humanity and YMCA Camp P. In his spare time, his favorite thing to do is pick up his tools again to remodel old homes and do wood working, or enjoy outdoor activities, and any kind and travel.

About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.   Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

Travis Auto to Open New Location in Spring

Travis Auto to Open New Location in Spring

 

FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Breaking ground last month, Travis Auto, in partnership with Mosaic Building Solutions, plans to bring a new location to the northeast side of Fort Wayne in the Spring of 2016.

Constructing a 3,750 square foot space, this new location will be equipped with six bays, versus the two at their original location, to better serve the auto needs of surrounding residents.

 “The public really supported the construction and rezoning of this new building in an effort to continue the growth of the neighborhood,” President of Mosaic Building Jake Fetter said. “So not only will this project aid in the growth of a local business, but it will also create new jobs while investing in the community.”

The $433,000 project will share a more comfortable environment for customers, while allowing Travis Auto to service more cars at a time, and cut wait time.

The new building is located at 7515 Maplecrest Road.

 

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.  Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

 

 

Mosaic Building Solutions Welcomes Jen Hukalo to Team

Mosaic Building Solutions Welcomes Jen Hukalo to Team

 

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Dec 29, 2015) – Mosaic Building Solutions is happy to announce Jen Hukalo has joined their expanding team as a fulltime project assistant. Prior to beginning at Mosaic, Hukalo entered the construction industry as an administrator at the Building Contractors Association.

 

“We were overjoyed when Jen agreed to join our team because she works so well within the industry,” President of Mosaic Building Solutions Jake Fetters said. “She is very personable, collaborative and solutions-based, which is essential to our one-year-old business.”

 

With a background in event planning, Hukalo uses her experience of tight deadlines and creative problem solving to insure all the pieces to a project are in order for optimal customer service.

 

“Myself as an individual, and Mosaic as an organization, are starting off and growing together, which for me is an exciting parallel,” Hukalo said. “I love that I’m coming in on the ground floor so to speak because Mosaic’s future is wide-open, with fantastic leadership. I believe their approach of combining architectural design and general contracting together is ahead of the curve in Fort Wayne, and has the potential to reshape the way our area approaches commercial construction.”

 

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About Jen Hukalo

Hukalo is from Fort Wayne, Ind. She currently works part time as an event planner and florist. When she isn’t working, she takes part in hobbies such as: DIY projects, crafts, gardening and refinishing furniture. Hukalo is also a member of the women’s organization, All Things New.

 

About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.   Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

 

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

 

 

Mosaic Building Solutions Welcomes Sky Zone to Northern Indiana

Mosaic Building Solutions Welcomes Sky Zone to Northern Indiana

 

FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Mosaic Building Solutions extends their northern Indiana welcome to Sky Zone as they are set to open a new location later this month in the Wilshire Plaza Shopping Center in Mishawaka, Ind.

As the third Sky Zone location Mosaic Building Solution team members have been apart of, this $680,000 project is believed to have been the most flexible and adaptable to a community's needs, wants and desires for a safe place that parents can take their children.

“Sky Zone is not only owned by great people, but they also strive to make each location as family-focused as possible,” Mosaic Building Solutions Project Executive Steve Goodman said. “It was great to see them pick a venue in a proven shopping center that will help them be more centralized to a growing community.”

After three months of extensive renovations, the 27,500 square foot gym will premiere a main court, SkySlam, Foam Zone and three dodge ball courts  

“Having worked on multiple locations, I can appreciate the tailoring and tweaking the company puts into each new location to ensure the experience will be fun and safe for each individual community,” Goodman said. “I think both the young and the mature will find Sky Zone an exciting place to visit.”

The new gym is located at 5604 Grape Rd, Mishawaka, IN 46545.

About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management. Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

 

 

Fort Wayne Welcomes Farmers & Merchants State Bank

Fort Wayne Welcomes Farmers & Merchants State Bank

Regional bank breaks ground on city’s northwest side

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (November 3, 2015) – Mosaic Building Solutions is proud to announce F&M Bank official broke ground last month at their new branch, which will be located off State Road 3.

The 3,400 square foot building will have $960,000 poured into it over the next sixmonths; an aggressive move to reach the bank’s target open date of March 2016 – just in time as some clients begin their Spring farming.

“F&M Bank came to us with an abundance of enthusiasm to join the Fort Wayne community,” President of Mosaic Jake Fetters said. “Their passion to serve is fueling our team to present the north side community with a devoted banking institution.”

New and returning customers will enjoy the sophisticated look of the building, and the convenient location that is highly accessible for those living in the northwest side of town.

“I’m excited about working with this bank in particular, as it will be personally my second branch of theirs that I’ve been a part of, including their Auburn location in 1996” Fetters said. “I appreciate the drive F&M Bank has to develop their Fort Wayne presence built on existing local relationships.“

The new branch will be located at 12106 State Road 3, Fort Wayne, IN 46845.

About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.  Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

About F&M Bank

Farmers & Merchants State Bank is a $965 million independent community bank that has been serving Northwest Ohio and Northeast Indiana for 118 years.  F&M has offices with locations in Allen, DeKalb and Steuben counties in Indiana and Fulton, Williams, Henry, Defiance, Lucas and Wood counties in Ohio. Farmers & Merchants Bancorp, Inc. is the bank holding company of F&M and is traded under the symbol FMAO.

 

Fort Wayne’s Mosaic Building Solutions and E & V Construction to Merge

FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Locally owned E&V Construction and Mosaic Building Solutions are excited to announce they will be combining forces as of August 1, 2015.

The merger of the 37-year-old E&V Construction and 1-year-old startup Mosaic Building Solutions was built on aligned values. Both companies aim to enhance the industry's focus on continuing to develop regional relationships, while providing superior and value based work.

Tom Edwards, President of E&V Construction prefaced the merger with the following statement:  “With the industry knowledge accumulated during the nearly last half century of E&V Construction’s existence the merger will culminate with a team of highly experienced and highly motivated individuals with a vision focused on future growth in industry excellence”.

E&V Construction’s 13 employees will absorb Mosaic’s name, while also bringing decades of experience that will aid in managing successful outcomes, quality, and value based prices.

“The E&V team has some of the best skilled team members in the industry,” President of Mosaic Building Solutions Jake Fetters said. “The combination of each company's skills and talents will allow us to move forward with the right jobs, while also creating more synergy and scalability to take on additional projects and better serve our community.”

With a joint leadership team that has their roots in the northeastern Indiana area, this merger will reinforce their commitment to keep the region successful and sustainable. Mosaic Building Solutions is confident this merger will bring more value to their combined clients.

The team will be working out of Mosaic Building Solutions’ headquarters at 1220 Ruston Pass in Fort Wayne as of August 1.

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.   Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.

Color Master Inc Grows With Mosaic Building Solutions

FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Mosaic Building Solutions is happy to announce their partnership with Color Master Inc. as they broke ground this month to create a 14,000 square foot addition to their factory in Butler, Indiana.

“We are continuing to grow, so more factory and warehouse space was needed,” CEO of Color Master Inc, Philip E Schlink, said. “This addition will keep good work flow and continuity in the office area, while also giving us more space for offices.”  

Utilizing a staggered design and construction schedule, the partnership began design work months ago on the loading dock, factory and new offices. This scheduling will aid in compressing the total project completion time and better serve the needs of this northern Indiana business and community.

“The team at Color Master put their employees and community first when factoring in the project fulfillment time because it allows us to make minimal disruptions throughout the three stage process,” President of Mosaic Building Solutions, Jake Fetters, said. “We foresee Color Master customers also greatly benefiting from this expansion.”

The project is scheduled to wrap up in December 2015.

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About Mosaic Building Solutions

Founded under the mantra Design. Manage. Build., Mosaic Building Solutions was established to better serve the client’s vision and the bigger picture of construction management.   Working with clients from square one, Mosaic creates innovative solutions that maximize the client’s value and then sees them through, taking ownership of the project until its completion.

Established by industry veterans Jake Fetters and Steve Park, Mosaic combines years of construction and design industry experience with a new vision for the building industry, all aimed at a better experience, value and result for its clients and partners.