BID INVITE – Mt. Vernon Phase 2

August 15, 2017 · · News · 0 Comments

BID INVITATION Mt. Vernon Middle School Phase 2 OMS Architecture is pleased to announce Mt. Vernon Community School Corporation is receiving bids until Thursday, September 7, 2017 for the upcoming Phase 2 Additions and Renovations. The project consists of architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical workas indicated on the bidding documents for Additions and Renovations to Mt. Vernon Middle.

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Rushville Public Library – The Talk of The Town

August 10, 2017 · · Client Projects, Government, Historic Preservation, Interior Design, Libraries, News · 0 Comments

In January of 1931, Rushville Public Library became the talk of the town. At the dedication ceremony, several hundred members of the community waited to see the brand-new library OMS designed where the old depot of the I & C Traction Line stood.  At first glance, the limestone structure looks like a church. However, according.

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BID OPPORTUNITY

August 9, 2017 · · Ask OMS, Bid Opportunities, Interior Design, Libraries, News · 0 Comments

OMS Architects is Pleased to Announce Shelby County Public Library is Receiving Bids for the Upcoming Renovation! The scope of the renovation includes 2017 Improvements to Shelby County Public Library and Carnegie East Wing. The work consists of architectural, civil, structural, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical work as indicated on the bidding documents for 2017 Improvements.

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TRADITIONS AT BROOKSIDE

August 2, 2017 · · Commercial, Health Care, Interior Design, Residence · 0 Comments

Traditions at Brookside feels more like a relaxing home than a senior living community. The people who live here have everything they need under one roof, including a theater, club room, fine dining, and a range of activities. “From the majestic look of the white house on the plains to the homey feeling of the.

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OMS – Past, Present, & Future

July 20, 2017 · · Historic Preservation, News · 0 Comments

When George Merritt spoke to the dying soldiers of the Union Army, their number one concern was the children they were leaving behind. Merritt knew he needed to help. The Indiana Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Children’s Home (ISSCH) was a residential and educational facility in northwestern Rush County, Indiana. Although it was officially founded in 1865.

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