Category: South Bend News

Jade Painter – 2018 Robert M. Weigand Award Recipient

Jade's Robert M Weigand Award

We are so pleased to announce that on Friday night at our holiday celebration we were able to honor one of our employees with the Robert M. Weigand award. Since he started in 2002 as a carpenter, and grown with us as a company into his position now as the Director of Field Operations, he has shown through and through that he embodies what the Weigand values are all about.

Congratulations Jade Painter, you more than deserve this honor! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Larry Weigand – Boys & Girls Club Man of the Year

Man Of The Year

We are humbled to share that our CEO Larry Weigand was honored with the “Man of the Year” award from Boys & Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne for his contributions to the community at their annual Passport to Manhood Breakfast this morning. With over 500 people in attendance at the Parkview Mirro Center, he was able to participate in the ceremony honoring Nataveon Jones, Savion Thomas, Michael Taylor, and Chris Wallace. These young men received awards for their exceptional attitudes and efforts on their journey to manhood. Congratulations gentlemen!

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Renaissance Kids Architecture Camp

Renaissance Kids 3We’re helping the next generation learn to measure twice and cut once (ok, maybe twice) at Renaissance Kids Architecture Camp at Andrews University this week! Check out the work this group has done to build this outdoor playhouse that will be auctioned off later this summer… great job to all involved! πŸ“πŸ™ŒπŸ”¨

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Christ Chapel at Hillsdale College – Drone Progress


The Chapel at Hillsdale College is on it’s way up! This project will be unlike any of its kind, designed by a premier architect that specializes in traditional European style churches, the details and grandeur will really make this building a work of art on campus.

Fun fact: This project has so much masonry work, if you stacked all of the blocks and reinforcing straight up, it would be 22 miles high!