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Eagle Railcar: A Case Study

By leveraging the resources and people-power available, the Eagle Railcar project in Washington, Indiana has been a marked success for the city, the people of Daviess County, and the Daviess County Economic Development Corporation.

Jones Engineering, father and son cylinder head and race engine design business founded in 1979 and based in Washington, Indiana merged with Weld Tech, a company that developed and marketed modified cylinder heads from Brownsburg, Indiana. The two formed 1Way Technologies, LLC.  The merger has proved successful.

The Battery Innovation Center (BIC) is a center of excellence in the energy storage industry. The Center is an extraordinary facility that contains highly specialized equipment and professional expertise needed to provide the rapid development, testing and commercialization of emerging energy storage systems for commercial and defense organizations.

GKN Sinter Metals Adding Jobs in Washington County
The world’s leading supplier of metal power precision components, GKN Sinter Metals, announced a significant expansion and additional jobs at its Salem, IN location early this year.

I-69 Corridor Connects Radius Indiana Region
The Radius Indiana region is home to the new I-69 corridor, the largest new-terrain public infrastructure project in the U.S, which now stretches 120-mile from Evansville to Bloomington, and continues to grow.

Regional Funding Gives Businesses, Schools and Communities a Boost in the Radius Indiana Region
Radius Indiana, an eight-county economic partnership in southern Indiana, holds the unique advantage of maintaining the multi-million dollar Regional Impact Fund (RIF), which is the region’s very own deal-closing fund, used to assist economic development successes throughout the eight counties.

Huntingburg, IN and Bedford, IN: STELLAR COMMUNITIES Enhance the Radius Region
What makes a community “stellar”? The question is one that residents of rural Indiana ask when they evaluate their own communities. What could be done to improve the cities and towns where they work and live?  They ask because they feel empowered to add a Stellar shine to their hometowns through the aid of an ongoing State program, Stellar Communities.

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