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.  


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.