Messer: We Are Building Louisville

Messer Construction Co. plays a key role in making Louisville a better place. Whether it’s constructing the new Norton Cancer Institute-Brownsboro, expanding the University of Louisville Cardinal Stadium, or building Brown-Forman’s Old Forester Distillery on Whiskey Row, Messer is a company with expansive experience. 2017 saw no exception as the company reached major milestones on projects across the Louisville area.

C2 Strategic Communications continues to enjoy working with Messer as the company creates a stronger sense of Louisville pride. Just as Messer Construction builds iconic structures, C2 Strategic builds community engagement and excitement around the projects Messer leads by connecting Louisvillians with the projects they care about.

Messer preserves Kentucky’s history while simultaneously creating new opportunities for growth. Messer is leader in creating new jobs in manufacturing facilities, construction and in Bourbon-related tourism. For more information about their Louisville projects, visit https://messer.com/locations/louisville/

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