Commercial Painting Case Studies
by CertaPro Painters® of Indianapolis
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Commercial Painting Projects in Indianapolis
See below for some of our featured commercial painting projects in the greater Indianapolis service area. Click on a project below to learn more about the project, see before and after pictures, and learn about challenges we came across while getting the work done.
First Methodist Church
First Methodist Church is a 150+ year old church/pre-school located in a quaint and quiet family friendly neighborhood. After the church began to show its age, members of the trustee board began to look for contractors to take on their big project.
Greenfield-Central High School
Greenfield-Central High School in Greenfield, was seeking painters to assist with a gymnasium painting project. The project included painting steel trusses and fiber sound board for ceiling deckings, block walls, and miscellaneous items in the main gym of the high school.
CertaPro received the opportunity to repaint all buildings in the Canterbury Condominiums community in November of 2018 from Kirkpatrick Management Company, learn more about this project and multi-unit projects.
Citizens State Bank
The bank is a small bank located in the downtown Union City area. The areas to be painted where all common areas which required this work to be done during closed hours only.
James H. Drew Industrial
The James H Drew property contains multiple office and warehouse buildings. For this project, CertaPro painted the exterior of 3 corrugated metal siding warehouse buildings.
Exterior Tilt Up Project
The building is a large tilt-up precast building that houses both the office and warehouse operations for Midwest Mole. The building is in Greenfield, IN located in a large open area.
Meridian Street United Methodist Church
Meridian Street United Methodist Church was the first Methodist church in the city of Indianapolis starting in 1821 and known as the Wesley Chapel. The building that stands today was finished in 1952. CertaPro was called out to provide a quote on the exterior of the church as well as the interior of the church’s sanctuary and chapel.