Bringing the Human-Nature Connection into Our Built Environments

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By Christopher Reinhart, Director | Sustainability + Research On a crisp and sunny morning early this month, a small group started our day sipping toasty coffee and nibbling on tasty lemon poppyseed muffins from the local co-op, Bloomingfoods.…

Serving the Communities We Build

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Giving back to the communities we live, work and play in is very important at Cripe. This month, we’ve kicked off our season of giving by hosting a representative from United Way of Central Indiana at this month’s Cripe Huddle. This…

Re-Purposing for All Ages

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In 2015, Cripe began working with Near East Area Renewal (NEAR) in partnership with TWG studying the redevelopment of Minnie Hartmann/School 78. The existing buildings were completely rehabbed including masonry repair, extensive site…

Keeping Cripe and the Community Beautiful

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Not to brag, but we have some pretty great interns this summer (and all the summers before)! Our internship program is extremely important to us. Sharing what we do with the next generation is key to our sustainability and perspective. As…

Sustainability and Civil Engineering

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Sustainable design stretches far outside of the physical limits of a building. Civil engineers are now seeing a spillover into their field of expertise to create sustainable landscapes. Our civil engineering team recently worked on The Center,…

Math Really does Matter in the Real World

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Cripe always enjoys hosting the 8th graders of The Oaks Academy for our annual Math Matters program. On Wednesday May 10, 2017, we hosted our 9th annual Math Matters program for The Oaks Academy 8th graders. Thirty-two students and two teachers…

100 Men Who Cook

Old National Bank teamed up with a charity hoping by the end it will bring prosperity. Center for Leadership Development has been chosen to be the inaugural for Indy’s explosion. 100 Men Who Cook became the event auction and…