The Boone County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting Thursday, Nov. 1, for the new location of Badger Engineering, 101 W. Main St, Lebanon. The company was founded in 1995 by Christian C. Badger (center) in Carmel, where he served as the city engineer. Badger, of Zionsville, has been involved in the practice of civil engineering since 1986. He opened the Lebanon office in 2003 and has recently opened offices in Crown Point, and Phoenix, Ariz. Badger Engineering’s major focus is to provide the clients with the surveying or civil engineering plans to meet their needs. Visit www.BadgerEngr.com or call 765-485-0000 or 765-485-0699 for more information.
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