Morrison Kattman Menze Inc., an architectural and interior design firm, added Bluffton Regional Medical Center to its list of clients and is also designing a new outpatient clinic for Northeastern Center in Angola.
Felderman Design-Build broke ground on Advanced Ag Resources Inc./Brodbeck Seeds’ new distribution center and office building in Wabash.
Strebig Construction Inc. won contracts for the renovation to the WPCM women’s restroom, dressing room and shower area by the city of Fort Wayne and for new screen porches and entrance door replacement for the cabins at Trine State Recreation area.
Turnstone recently celebrated the opening of the Madge Rothschild Pediatric Therapy Wing at 3320 N. Clinton St. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The Playfair Group opened an Amazing Space family entertainment center in Eastgate Mall in Cincinnati.
Dirig Sheet Metal won the HVAC/duct work contract for the renovation of the boiler room at Lincoln Middle School.
Impex International Inc., a distributor of fasteners and related mechanical hardware serving aerospace, automotive and defense industries, received ISO9001:2008 and AS9120:2009 Quality certifications.
A summer school-age program providing childcare for children ages 5 to 12 has been started by Erika Jarrell at 9101 St. Joe Road. For information, call 417-6552 or email email@example.com.
The Indiana Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence is accepting nominations for environmental projects and initiatives through April 20. For information, go to www.idem.in.gov/5147.htm or call 800-988-7901.
NoMoreClipboard.com announced an agreement with Healthx Inc. to provide best-in-class personal health records to health plans and employers.
The Second Steps Autism Resource Community Center will have a grand opening celebration from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at 4118 N. Clinton St. The center will serve as the new headquarters for both Second Steps LLC and SensoryCritters.com.
The Olive B. Cole Foundation approved grants to DeKalb County Economic Development Partnership, LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation, Noble County Economic Development Corporation and Steuben County Economic Development Corporation for $10,000 per year for a 3-year period.
3Rivers Federal Credit Union joined Credit Union 24, the nation’s largest credit union-owned fee-free ATM and point-of-sale network and now provides its members with access to thousands of fee-free ATMs and hundreds of thousands of point-of-sale terminals.
Lutheran Life Villages was recognized as a Fit-Friendly Company by the American Heart Association and earned a Silver Level status in the YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne’s 2012 Workplace Wellness Awards.
Renaissance Arts, a company that offers a local alternative for parents, students and musicians interested in purchasing musical instruments and supplies, has been started by Stephanie Longsworth. The company is currently Internet-based at www.renaissancearts.net, but the goal is to operate the business from a local storefront housed within an arts facility.