When disaster strikes, count on Koetter Construction to help get your business back up and running. So glad to have all damaged guest rooms ready for the fall season at Wooded Glen. The Garmon Family is a wonderful community partner and Koetter is proud to call them friends. Check out the News and Tribune coverage here.
Koetter is very proud to have hosted members of the Kentucky-Indiana Paralyzed Veterans of America Organization on a recent turkey hunt. Bob Koetter invited Marcus Murray and Kevin Sparks to his farm in English for a successful day of hunting. It’s an honor spending time with our local heroes out in nature and even better when they both get turkeys!
Koetter is working with Mayor Fischer and Chirstopher 2X on a new project at 26th and Wilson in West Louisville. In conjunction with the Mayor’s Day of Caring, Koetter has designed a new memorial space for young victims of violence. Named the Garden of Angels, Koetter has completed the design phase and is working with local agencies and businesses on making this very special project a reality. Our local news stations have coverage on the beginning of this project.
Activity at Veterans Parkway keeps rolling along! Wild Eggs is opening a new location at 1450 Veterans Parkway. Make sure to stop by and grab a bite. Check out the press release from WDRB.
More exciting new for the Veterans Parkway corridor. Approval for a new 35,000 sq.ft. office building and a 40,000 sq. ft. retail building are more examples of the big things happening at Jeffersonville Town Center. Read about these projects and more in this article from the Courier Journal.
Koetter is excited to announce that we will once again be sponsoring the Louisville Bats Sunday Jersey Promotion. This year’s jerseys will showcase the new color scheme and logos adopted by the Bats beginning this season. The Sunday only jerseys will again be auctioned off at the end of the season with all proceeds benefiting The V Foundation. Look for the jerseys at all Sunday home games this season.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Louisville Bats Sunday Jersey Promotion. Proceeds from the end of year auction totaled $5000.00. What a pleasure to present the proceeds to the Kentucky Indiana Paralyzed Veterans Association.
Celebrating the holidays with the Kentucky Indiana Paralyzed Veterans of America reminds us of the true spirit of the season. Both Bob Koetter and Joey Rivera donned their Louisville Bats jerseys that were purchased at auction with proceeds benefiting KIPVA. They even scored some goodies in the blind gift auction.
Great Article on the continued growth of development of Veteran’s Parkway in the Courier Journal. Read the article here.
Koetter Construction is excited to be the new Presenting Sponsor for One Southern Indiana’s Metro Manufacturing Alliance.
Very excited to be part of the continued growth of Our Lady of Providence High School. We have broken ground on a new chapel, helping fulfill a 25-year old dream.
Activity is really picking up on Veteran’s Parkway! Jeffersonville Town Center North and South is excited about new tenants like Heine Brothers and Comfy Cow. Check out Business First’s latest article on the development.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Homer Bailey and Louisville Bats catcher Tucker Barnhart donning the Koetter sponsored Camo Jerseys. Make sure to get out to the Bats ballpark on Sundays and support the Kentucky-Indiana Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America!
Zoeller Company is one of the oldest, independently owned U.S. pump manufacturers. They have been producing a multitude of pump products since 1939. We have officially broken ground on their new training facility at their Cane Run Road location. Check out their website for information about their products.
Koetter is very excited to be part of Samtec’s new development in Scottsburg, Indiana. Koetter has been working with Samtec since their inception in 1976. While still headquartered in New Albany, Indiana, Samtec is now a global leader in electronic interconnect solution blocks with locations in 18 countries. Follow this link to local news coverage.
Koetter is proud to be partnered with the Louisville Bats for their Sunday Camo Jersey Promotion benefiting the Paralyzed Veterans of America. Look for the digital camo jerseys at all 2015 home games. These special edition jerseys will be auctioned at the end of the season with all proceeds going directly to the Kentucky-Indiana Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America. Check out the official press release here.
S&J Precision groundbreaking
Koetter is excited to be constructing a new 48,000 square foot building for S&J Precision. The new facility will be located at 4345 Security Parkway in Grantline Park in New Albany, IN.
For more information on S&J Precision, check out their website at sandjprecision.com
Great story about 60 Years of Creating Places that Work in the November 2014 edition of the Southern Indiana Business Source. Check it out here.