Nucor Partners with Madison Riverfront Development Committee on Super Overlook Project

Madison, Indiana, August 23, 2022

Nucor Corporation announced their support to the Madison, Indiana Riverfront Super Overlook project today by committing to provide the steel required for the project’s construction. Nucor, North America’s largest steel producer and largest recycler, operates a tubular products facility in Madison.

The Riverfront Development Committee acknowledges Nucor’s dedication to the community and thanks them for their investment in the City of Madison, Jefferson County, and the riverfront. This project will continue to transform the already stunning 1.5-mile riverfront walkway into an accessible and inviting destination for residents, tourists, and businesses. Using Nucor’s scrap-based recycled steel in its construction will also allow the project to be built in the most sustainable way possible.

“Nucor is proud to partner with the community on this exciting project,” said Nicki Taylor, General Manager of Nucor Tubular Products. “Madison isn’t just a place where our Nucor teammates come to work every day, but we also live here, shop here and send our children to school here. This project will be something we can all be proud of.”

Super Overlook Project Highlights:

*Level 1: 4800 Sq. Ft. angular structure providing seating and 1200 sq. ft. of shade daily. (10X bigger than existing overlooks)

*Level 2: 1200 Sq. Ft. Arched Structure Observation Deck providing incredible views of the breathtaking Madison Riverfront.

*8-9 Lighted rows

*Total terraced seating length approx. 230-250 feet long

*Street level, raised approx. 12-15 feet from current location

*Construction of 90% concrete (faux stone) and 10% steel.

The Super Overlook will become the premier location for local events such as weddings, festivals, concerts, car shows, fundraisers, and fishing tournaments, as well as stops by the Delta Queen, American Queen, and Mississippi Queen Riverboats. Additionally, it will be the anchor for the Indiana Governor’s Cup Regatta.

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About the Madison Riverfront Development Committee:

The organization was formed on March 18, 1986, by a group of local individuals who had a vision to enhance the natural beauty of the Madison Riverfront while creating an atmosphere which encourages residents and visitors to gather. The primary focus of the organization is to protect the past while enhancing the future. Madison sits on the bank of the Ohio River with breathtaking views of Kentucky and the Ohio River Valley. The famed Madison brick walkway stretches 1.5 miles and serves as a reminder of what a community can accomplish when it works together. The Madison Riverfront Development Committee is a 501 C-3 Organization and all proceeds come from donations. The committee also hosts 2 Annual Fundraisers. The Madison Riverfront has been Awarded Outstanding Community Development Project by the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns!