We are excited to announce that after 20 years, we have moved our offices to a new location in the downtown South Bend central business district. This new location provides better exposure for our mission, and allows us to better connect with valuable business, government, education, and construction partners in our region. 

ABC57 NEWS Explains How Construction Tax Fraud Hurts Indiana

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The construction industry across Indiana is facing something many contractors call a growing problem -- payroll tax fraud.

Some contractors are believed to be misclassifying workers, which robs them of many of the regular benefits employees receive and robs the state and federal government of hundreds of millions in tax dollars.

Midland Engineering Installs Largest Green Roof in Indiana

University of Notre Dame Press Release:

The largest green roof in Indiana, at 79,096 square feet, has been installed on the University of Notre Dame’s Joyce Center, home to the Fighting Irish Athletics Department and the Purcell Pavilion arena.

Crane Industrial Service Recognized by Ironworkers

MBA contractor-member and MACIAF contributor Crane Industrial Service Co., Inc.  were recently recognized for their longtime commitment to the Ironworkers by the area's Ironworker District Council. Presenting the Appreciation Award were Ironworkers District Council of Southern Ohio and Vicinity President William Woodward, and Local 292 Business Manager Bob Kara.

Deluxe Sheet Metal recognized by Mayor of Mishawaka

SMACNA of Michiana member and MACIAF contributor Deluxe Sheet Metal was praised by Mishwaka's Mayor Dave Wood in this tweet and photo, for their excellent work constructing custom seating for a Beutter Park overlook.

HRP Construction Donates to Toys for Tots

MBA member HRP Construction, Inc. and many of their staff and workers turned out in the early morning darkness to donate two front end loaders full of toys to the Marine Reserve Toys for Tots program.

The Robert Henry Corporation Restores Power after Hurricane Irma

MBA member contractor The Robert Henry Coporation sent dozens of workers and equipment to Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, in order to help restore power to some of the millions of residents who were without!