A pair of Logansport contractors are renovating the former Clem’s Cycle Sales building on East Main Street.
Greg Aulbach, owner of GMA Concrete, and his father, Mike Aulbach, owner of Aulbach Construction, plan to use the building for storage and maintenance of their businesses’ equipment, which was formerly stored in rented space, Mike Aulbach said.
Property sales records show that Greg Aulbach purchased the building last June for $84,900 from Security Federal Savings Bank, which had taken over the property in 2010.
Since then, the Aulbachs have “just about totally rebuilt it,” Mike Aulbach said.
“There was a lot of water damage in the building, then this winter was so bad that we couldn’t really work on it,” he explained.
Now that weather has warmed up, the two are busy with clients’ projects that have already been put off somewhat due to the harsh winter. They are trying to work on the building bit by bit in between those projects, Mike Aulbach said.
He expects to finish it up this year. By the time they’re done, they will have put on new siding, posts and a new roof.
DELPHI REHAB CENTER CUTS RIBBON
A local specialist cut the ribbon on his new Delphi office Friday.
Dr. Ryan VanMatre broke ground on the new Indy Spine and Rehab center at 1173 N. Commercial Drive last July. It was the site of an open house and ribbon cutting Friday, where the public was invited to meet Dr. VanMatre as well as Dr. Christine Ermel.
The building also includes about 850 square feet of vacant office space.
Dr. VanMatre began seeing patients in November. Now open three days a week, the office sees about 115 patients each week, part of the significant growth the practice has experienced over the last six months according to the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.
The medical practice also operates an office in Carmel.
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