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Monday, February 04, 2013 12:01 am
•Felderman Design-Build, Fort Wayne, has recently completed the 9,000-square-foot Sapporo Steakhouse & Seafood Restaurant off Lima Road.•Angels of Mercy HomeCare Plus, Fort Wayne, has opened at 2270 Lake Ave., Suite 204. The company will provide medical services for seniors who need skilled medical care, such as nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy, but have difficulty leaving home.

•The Village at Kendallville, Lutheran Life Villages' skilled nursing and rehabilitation campus in Noble County, recently celebrated its third consecutive year of achieving a deficiency-free survey from the Indiana State Department of Health.

•Strebig Construction, Fort Wayne, has completed an office expansion for Bonahoom & Bonahoom and Bobilya Law Group on the 19th floor of the PNC Center Building.

•Summit Home Health, an affiliate home care agency of Lutheran Health Network, will now operate as Lutheran Health Network Home Health. The main office will be located at 2510 E. Dupont Road, Suite 237. Services extend to nine counties: Adams, Allen, Blackford, DeKalb, Huntington, Jay, Noble, Wells and Whitley. The agency can be reached by calling 1-260-490-6535.

•APR Alliance, Fort Wayne, has started a paper recycling program to become more environmentally friendly and help benefit Huntertown Elementary's Paper Gator recycling program.

•The Nichols Company, Fort Wayne, and McMahon's Best-One Tire and Auto Care have partnered to create a new website for the automotive services provider at mcmahontires.com.

•Briner Building, Bluffton, has been awarded the contract to construct a 9,000-square-foot expansion for Perma-Column, Ossian. The project is scheduled to be completed this spring.


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