Highland Employee Paints Artwork for New INDOT Facility

A November 14 ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new $7 million INDOT Sub-District Facility at Plymouth included an unveiling of artwork created by Highland employee Greg Konieczny. INDOT commissioned Greg to paint a plow for the facility. Greg, an INDOT employee at the time when hired for the project, spent about 30 hours painting the plow depicting the theme “Old Meets New.” Greg then joined American Structurepoint and finished it in his spare time while working for us. Greg chose to paint a representation of the new cable-stayed Lewis and Clark Bridge over the Ohio River in southern Indiana and an old covered bridge over a stream. He also incorporated two road signs into his design. One is US 30, which is the main highway passing through Plymouth along which the sub district building is located. The Big “L” is the historic designation marker for the Lincoln Highway that closely parallels US 30 in the area. The plow will remain on display at the facility for the community to enjoy.

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