Virtual presentations planned for Airpark master plan, landscaping design

COLUMBUS, Ind. – Virtual presentations are planned for community residents to provide input to businesses that are being considered for a potential landscaping project on the Columbus Airpark campus.

Four companies will be giving presentations on a potential master plan and landscaping project to Airpark campus partners and the public on Tuesday and Wednesday, said Kathy Oren, executive director of the Community Education Coalition.

In March, the Cummins Foundation announced its potential support for the preliminary project. The foundation’s architecture program recommended four companies for consideration: Reed Hilderbrand of Cambridge, Massachusetts; Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN) of Seattle, Washington; Merritt Chase of Indianapolis; and Studio Zewde from Harlem, New York.

“We are very excited about this project and we are incredibly grateful to Cummins for providing this opportunity,” said Oren.

Company presentations are public and registration is required to receive a zoom link. The registration form can be accessed at

Registration closes at 12 noon on Monday and the link will be sent later that day.

More information on this story can be found in the Republic on Saturday.

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