•Strebig Construction, Fort Wayne, has negotiated a main entrance, lobby and conference room renovation for the Physicians Health Plan of Northern Indiana facility. Work is under way and is expected to be completed in September.
In addition, the company has been awarded by Rea Magnet Wire an expansion to the CTC Room.
•Waterloo metal recycling company MetalX's affiliate, Steel City Recycling, a newly formed scrap processing and recycling company headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., has acquired two scrap processing facilities in Birmingham and West Point, Miss.
•Dollar General has opened at 4602 S. 50 W, Churubusco.
•United Steelworkers has reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract with BFGoodrich covering 2,400 workers at facilities in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Fort Wayne.
•Felderman Design-Build, Fort Wayne, has been awarded the contract to design and build a 9,000-square-foot multi-tenant retail building by Freeland Realty, in Fishers.
•Towne Air Freight, South Bend, has ordered 300 new Great Dane trailers to increase its fleet and to retire older equipment.
In addition, the company will celebrate its 50th anniversary in business this year.
•Kosciusko REMC, Warsaw, recently received the “No Lost Time” safety award from Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange, the cooperative's insurance provider; and a National Safety Accreditation Award in 2012.
•Human Motor Works, Fort Wayne, has opened in Covington Plaza. A grand opening will be held Aug. 17. The company will offer the community's widest selection of multi-sport products and services. Multi-sport includes the core of a triathlon, biking, running and swimming.