In the Know

Protect your people and your property with tailored systems that provide around-the-clock monitoring and reporting.

Ball State Flies Higher with Fairchild Communications

Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc. is playing an integral role in the new $62.5 million health professions building for the College of Health on Ball State University’s campus. The future facility will span 165,000 square feet and will be home to 16 clinics, multiple laboratories and centers, teaching labs, offices, an adult physical fitness center and six health-related academic department.

Read More

View from the Top of Monument Circle

Every year, thousands of Hoosiers line the streets to view Indy’s most spectacular holiday display at the Circle of Lights. Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc. was proud to be a part of the setup this year with IBEW 481.

Read More

3rd Annual Fairchild on the Road

As summer is winding down, we’re remembering the heat and humidity Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc. team members and our families experienced with a fun break. The open road called our names, and took us through Kentucky and Indiana on two, and four wheels.

Read More

Successful Q1 driven by teamwork

The Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc. leadership team took a break to celebrate a successful Q1 driven by teamwork with some friendly (if you don’t count some fender bumping) competition. The team gathered at the K1 Speed kart racing venue for some fun and stress relief.

Read More

First quarter results

First quarter results are in and it was a good start to the year! The Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc. Indy team gathered for a celebration lunch and company updates. Employee safety plans were discussed and input was gathered to further improve project efficiency.

Read More

The Fairchild Indianapolis office

The Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc. Indianapolis office got a bit of a facelift and some other facility improvements to support business growth. The original building façade featured some ornate beveled glass and woodwork that just couldn’t withstand the weather anymore.

Read More