Business briefs: Greenfield woman recognized by company


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Paula Carstens, senior case manager with Individual Life and Financial Services, center, holds her OneAmerica ASPIRE Excellence in Partnership award with OneAmerica chief marketing officer Kelley Gay, left, and OneAmerica CEO Scott Davison.

INDIANAPOLIS — A Greenfield woman was among those recognized recently by OneAmerica, a national provider of insurance and financial services.

Paula Carstens, senior case manager with Individual Life and Financial Services, was one of the Excellence in Partnership honorees at OneAmerica’s eighth annual ASPIRE awards. The ceremony celebrated their performance on behalf of the life insurance, retirement and employee benefits organization.

As confirmation of her popularity within Individual Life and Financial Services, Carstens was nominated by 20 field colleagues and has been up for an ASPIRE honor every year during her tenure with the company. She is known as an associate with an authentic, caring style and as someone who makes processes more comfortable for all involved. She and her husband have two adult sons. She is a graduate of Anderson University.

Developer begins work on expanded logistics center

HANCOCK COUNTY — Indianapolis-based Ambrose Property Group announced that the expansion of its Mount Comfort Logistics Center is now underway with the start of construction on Building V.

The 753,000-square-foot Class A distribution building is expandable to 1,122,000 square feet and scheduled to be complete by November 2022. It is part of the logistics park’s new east campus announced last year, which provides immediate frontage along I-70.

Ideally suited for distribution, light manufacturing and assembly, the building’s general contractor is Compass Commercial Construction Group, the architect is JRA Architecture and CBRE will handle marketing and leasing for the building. The project is estimated to cost approximately $60 million. It is scheduled to be available for fixturing by August 2022.

Mount Comfort Logistics Center is located on West County Road 300N at North County Road 400W along the Mt. Comfort Corridor in Hancock County. There are plans for eight Class A distribution buildings, totaling more than 3.5 million square feet, across two campuses.


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