INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick, received the highest honor last night at the 35th annual A Monumental Affair Awards, presented by the Indy Chamber. The awards ceremony honors the most significant achievements in architecture, arts, construction, engineering interior design, landscape architecture, sustainability and community development. It was the Cultural Trail’s second such honor: The Glick Peace Walk on the Cultural Trail earned highest honors in 2010.
The Monumental Award was accepted by Brian Payne, President of Central Indiana Community Foundation, Kevin Osburn, Principal at Rundell Ernstberger Associates, LLC and Bill Hall, PE, Vice President and Brian Pierson, PE, Project Manager both from United Consulting. United Consulting also received a top award in the Engineering category for the company’s work on the Cultural Trail.
“We are delighted and honored to receive this award,” said Brian Payne. “As much as it honors the Cultural Trail, it also honors the incredible team of committed professionals, and civic- and government-leaders who shared our vision for bringing this one-of-a-kind, world-class amenity to Indianapolis, and also devoted so much passion and energy to making it happen.”
The (re)thINk Award was presented by the Indiana Chapter of the United States Green Building Council to Rundell Ernstberger Associates, LLC for the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick project. Mindy Taylor Ross, Art Strategies, LLC, also received awards in the Public Art category for her contributions to the Cultural Trail, including the Merit Award for “Chatham Passage” by artist Sean Derry and the Achievement Award for “Looking Through Windows” by Michael Kuschnir.
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