celebrating 85 years of service

Then and Now: Celebrating 85 Years of Service

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 85 years since Robert Haines Co. was started by Robert Haines in 1937. Innovative and highly skilled, he built a business that has renovated and restored some of the most prominent and well-known buildings in Indianapolis. From the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to the Indianapolis International Airport, Robert Haines Co. has left its impressive, high-quality, and expert touch all across the city and surrounding areas.

storm season has arrived

Storm season has arrived – is your building prepared?

Storm season is officially here, and with it comes the risk of damage and costly repairs to your commercial property. No matter your business size, it’s important to make sure your space is prepared for what’s to come before it’s too late.

RHC Airport Tanks

Our biggest job yet — literally

Having been in business since 1937, we’ve completed thousands of projects across Central Indiana. Some are larger than others, but we’ve never tackled a project so large as one recently completed at the Indianapolis International Airport. Since snow, ice and freezing temperatures have arrived, it’s a project that has already been put to the test. […]

Working with, around and through the weather

There’s an old adage we adhere to in the construction industry when it comes to dealing with wet fall and winter weather: “Keep your head down and hope it works out.” That’s part of the excitement of construction and trying to keep customers happy despite a major variable and condition that’s out of our control. […]

11 Tyler Trent Gate

Honoring the legacy of Tyler Trent

This college football season, thousands of Purdue University’s biggest fans will enter Ross-Ade Stadium through the newly dedicated Tyler Trent Student Gate. Named in honor of the Boilermakers’ late superfan whose story reached a national audience last season, the entry point replaces the stadium’s former Gate E and was unveiled in a ceremony prior to […]

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