On July 22, we invited elected officials from the city and county, as well as representatives from the Downtown Trust and the Redevelopment Commission, to tour several buildings and see firsthand the amazing amount of clean-up, remediation and site-prep that’s been completed by Weigand Construction and its partners.
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“It’s a history worth saving,” he said. “We think it’s going to be a great recruiting opportunity for us and our future.”
Do it Best Corp. President and CEO Dan Starr and several other company leaders spoke with the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette for its July 19 edition, reiterating their support for Electric Works and the importance of the project in its ability to call Fort Wayne home for the long-term. Read the article here.
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Joshua’s Hand, a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2013, today announces its workforce development initiative, Joshua Works. Joshuaworks.org
Joshua Works is partnering with Broadway Redevelopment Partners and Weigand Construction to advocate for Minority, Women and Veteran Business owners for contractual opportunities on the Electric Works project. In addition, the Joshua Works initiative was created to recruit, cultivate, and train a viable workforce to address the unemployment and underemployment in the construction trades.
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The Fort Wayne Community Schools’ board approved a 10-year lease for the development of a new Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) high school at Electric Works.
Building 31, formerly an office building built in 1942 during General Electric’s rapid growth during World War II, the new STEAM school will include approximately 25,000 square feet on Swinney Avenue. It will be one of only a handful of schools nationwide focused on the STEAM disciplines and established in an active mixed-use district, connecting students to career pathways alongside entrepreneurs, innovators and mentors.
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Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana is an empowered group of young professionals from throughout the region who are engaging our community head-on, making a positive impact on the places in which they work and live. From the beginning, they’ve been enthusiastic supporters of Electric Works, recognizing the profound positive impact it will have on our community. They recently voiced that support with an endorsement video – and we are grateful for their continued support and advocacy.
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