Indiana Limestone Institute associate member Diamond Stone Technologies, of Bedford Indiana, has purchased the circular diamond blade assets and equipment from W. F. Meyers Co.. The purchase includes a large stock of diamond blade steel sections (cores) ranging from 24″ to 76″ as well as brazing and hammer room equipment. These items will contribute significantly to the companies already significant …
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Indian Creek Stone Products has started production at a previously vacant stone mill facility once used by a different stone company. The new facilities are located within 12 miles of Indian Creek Stone Products’ existing site west of Bedford. Indian Creek Stone Products purchased the property with assistance from the U.S. Small Business Administration 504 loan program through German American …
Recently, the Indiana University’s Geological Survey (where we have our office) was moved to a new temporary location in downtown Bloomington. The old Survey building is undergoing extensive remodeling for the next 2 years. The new location on Walnut Street in Bloomington will be our home for a while, although our mailing address remains the same for now.