Indy Chamber Announces Finalists for 45th Monumental Awards

Ind. (Aug. 1, 2022)—Today, the Indy Chamber announced finalists for the 45th annual Monumental Awards, recognizing excellence in the Indy region’s built environment. The Monumental Awards exist to showcase the region’s best and brightest in our built environment and celebrate the work of companies across the region to strengthen Indy’s placemaking, economic development, and talent strategy. The event will take place on Oct. 5 as a movie premiere at Tibb’s Drive-In Theater. Tickets are available via

Over the last few weeks, nine local sanctioning organizations reviewed project submissions in the categories of architecture, construction, engineering, innovative reuse, interior design, landscape architecture, neighborhood revitalization, public art, and real estate development. The list below represents the finalists selected in each category to be honored, sorted in alphabetical order by project name per category.


  • 16 Tech Innovation District HqO, submitted by DKGR
  • Geiger & Peters Renovation and Addition, submitted by DELV Design
  • Wabash Power Valley Headquarters, submitted by RATIO


  • Indianapolis Consolidated Civil and Criminal Courthouse, submitted by F.A. Wilhelm Construction
  • Indianapolis Public Library West Perry Branch, submitted by Powers & Sons Construction
  • The Park at the Phoenix, submitted by INMOD Construction


  • The Indianapolis Consolidated Civil and Criminal Courthouse, submitted by Schmidt Associates
  • Riley Maternity Tower at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, submitted by BSA LifeStructures
  • West Perry Branch Library, submitted by Schmidt Associates


  • 16 Tech Innovation District HqO, submitted by DKGR
  • Fort Ben Cultural Campus, submitted by Arts for Lawrence
  • Golden Bear Preschool and Administration, submitted by Schmidt Associates


  • Barnes & Thornburg Vault Room Renovation, submitted by CSO
  • The Club at Crosspoint, submitted by DELV Design
  • North Mass Boulder, submitted by Blackline Studio


  • Grand Junction Plaza, submitted by the City of Westfield
  • Nickel Plate Trail, submitted by Browning Day
  • Shelbyville Downtown Square, submitted by RATIO


  • 16 Tech Innovation District, submitted by DKGR
  • 38th and Sheridan Cook / Goodwill, submitted by Cook Property Inc.
  • Depot Street Park and Amphitheater, submitted by the City of Greenfield,


  • Fort Ben Cultural Campus, submitted by Arts for Lawrence
  • Homage to Hoagy – the City of Carmel, submitted by City of Carmel
  • World’s Fastest, submitted by Indy Arts Council


  • The Agora at the Proscenium, submitted by Lauth Group, Inc.
  • Pando Aspen Grove of Community Heights, submitted by TWG
  • Tinner Park Development, submitted by Onyx+East

Finalists will be recognized within their submitting categories during the Oct. 5 event, and the top honorees in each category will be eligible for the Monumental Award, the evening’s highest honor. Beyond those listed above, all submissions are eligible to win the People’s Choice Award. The People’s Choice Award will be open to the public for voting from Aug. 18 through Sept. 1 on the Indy Chamber’s Facebook page.

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