At BWI, our number one aspiration is to bring hope to underserved urban communities via economic development that align with their Quality of Life aspirations and initiating in collaborative partnerships. We feel that successfully accomplishing this goal will bring about positive change in the lives of individuals, families, and ultimately communities. We also take a strong position for excellence and quality in our work products. This includes not only customer satisfaction with our quality, multi-family projects but also with our engagement process that we undertake on behalf of our clients (i.e. non-profits, syndicators, equity investors, lenders, government agencies, etc.). To ensure that we deliver outstanding performance to our customers, we implement fundamental project management control measures with our field teams and our clients to ensure each customer’s unique needs and expectations are met. Transparency, integrity, and quality are our core corporate values.

Below are the awards BWI has won in 2017:

  1. Penn Place - 2017 Lt. Governor Award for Excellence-IHCDA
  2. Posterity Scholar House - National Equity Fund, and Affiliate of LISC
  3. BWI Development - CHIP Corporate Partner Award
  4. Dr. Gene McFadden Award - Mid-States Minority Supplier Development Council
  5. Clifton Square Affordable Housing Award - National Equity Fund, and affiliate of LISC
  6. Purdue University’s Outstanding Computer & Electrical Engineer of the Year (Gary Hobbs)
  7. Fortune’s 2015 Inner City 100 (#2)

 

In The News:

Energy Efficient Affordable Housing Program Breaks Ground on First Community

The organizations behind an innovative housing model that uses energy efficiency as a way to manage costs for low- to moderate-income residents have broken ground on their first community in Fort Wayne. Posterity Scholar House, Phase 1 of the Posterity Heights project, is geared specifically toward single parents working to increase their educational attainment. It’s just one example of the Moving Forward program’s intent to adapt to communities’ unique needs.

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