Odle McGuire Shook Welcomes Talented New Intern Tyler Huettig

May 29, 2018 · · News · 0 Comments

Indianapolis, IN – Indianapolis architectural firm Odle McGuire Shook (OMS), is pleased to announce and welcome intern Tyler Huettig a 4th year Ball State University, School of Architecture Student. Tyler will be working on an eight-month internship and he will receive class credit for his professional experience and the actual real-world time immersion in training and skill.

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It’s Finally Showtime for the New Monroe-Gregg School District Center for the Performing Arts

May 22, 2018 · · News · 1 Comment

The curtain has gone up for the opening and dedication ceremony Sunday, May 6th, 2018 for the new Monroe-Gregg School District Center for the Performing Arts.  This new facility is located in Monrovia Indiana and is intended for use by the entire school district.   Architectural firm (OMS) Odle McGuire Shook designed this captivating and.

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Shelby County Public Library Bid Awarded

May 3, 2018 · · News · 0 Comments

OMS Architects is Pleased to Announce Shelby County Public Library has been awarded to Runnebohm Construction Co. for the upcoming renovation! The Shelby County Public Library unanimously chose Runnebohm Construction from the four contractors that bid on the project. Work includes re-roofing, replacement of the existing mechanical system, and miscellaneous improvements in Shelby County Public.

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OMS Hosts UK College of Design

October 13, 2017 · · Ask OMS, News · 0 Comments

OMS Architecture hosted the 2017 AIA Ohio Valley Regional Conference reception for the University of Kentucky College of Design. Lori Matthews, Director of Philanthropy at UK, invited all UK alum to join.  Stenz Construction gave us access to the best view in the city from the rooftop deck at 429 Penn. Mary Agnew (Rice) with Professor.

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Ivy Tech Bloomington

September 15, 2017 · · News · 0 Comments

 Creating an Environment for Learning Contrary to what some people thought, Ivy Tech Bloomington became one of the fastest growing campuses in Indiana in the early 1990’s. Students could look past the rodents and the registrar’s office which was once a women’s restroom…because Ivy Tech Bloomington offered affordable classes for a quality education. By the.

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