By Matt Keating

Custom Concrete of Westfield is building foundations to benefit communities across the state.

Recently, Custom Concrete has started work on a multifamily facility across the street from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The project consists of a parking garage, retail shops, and apartments in downtown Speedway.

The town of Speedway, Indiana has been experiencing new growth, and with it comes new centers of commerce and places to live. The multi-family project is the first the town has seen in 20 years. Custom Concrete is responsible for the foundations, slabs, and sidewalks. Project completion is anticipated in late 2018/early 2019, with plenty of time to spare for the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500.

“It’s exciting to be a part of the growth of our neighboring communities,” said Custom Concrete Senior Vice President Jason Ells. “To pour the foundation for what will become a center for commerce, a gathering spot, and homes to numerous families makes our work more enjoyable.”

Custom Concrete has long been a supporter of community-building and philanthropic initiatives in Central Indiana, participating as an organization, and as individual team members, with the intention of bettering the community around them.

In one of those community-building initiatives, Custom Concrete helped the Open Doors Pantry of Washington Township bring to life the foundation for their new Open Doors Pantry in Westfield, Indiana. Open Doors Pantry of Westfield broke ground in 2016 and finished in time for a grand opening last spring. Open Doors of Washington Township has served over 13,000 families with over 670,000 pounds of food. To learn more about how you can help Open Doors Pantry of Westfield, Indiana, visit

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