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.
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.