“We make a living by what we do. We make a life by what we give to others.”

That’s what President + COO, Fred Green, had to say on the latest episode of Legacy on Purpose, a podcast from Legacy Consultants Group.  Servant leadership is the core of Cripe – both how we celebrate and how we give. Check out the podcast here to learn how this type of culture truly pays off!

To learn more about our culture, click here.

Cripe has made the list as one of the Best Places to Work in Indiana. This is the 15th year for the annual program created by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Best Companies Group. Specific company rankings will be unveiled April 30 at an awards dinner at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis, […]

February 20, 2020 was a big day for Cripe CEO, Al Oak.

In addition to being recognized by Purdue University’s School of Engineering as this year’s Distinguished Civil Engineering Alum, he was also recognized by Mayor Joe Hogsett and the City of Indianapolis for his contributions to the business and philanthropic communities.

According to Mayor Joe, February 20th is now Alex D. Oak Day in the city of Indianapolis.

Oak had the pleasure of celebrating both of his most recent achievements with fellow staff from Cripe and ECO2 Technologies as well as former classmates and fraternity brothers from his days at Purdue’s School of Engineering.

 

 

For the 9th year, Cripe has been recognized as one of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s Best Places to Work. Cripe is also a Hall of Fame company, a recognition given to those companies who have been named a Best Place to Work at least 60% of the time since the program’s inception. Company rankings will be unveiled at an awards dinner on April 30th. In 2018, Cripe was awarded the #8 spot in the Small Business category.

To learn more about the program and other companies included on the list click here.