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.
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.