Madison, Indiana, October 13, 2020

The Madison Riverfront Development Committee is pleased to sharerenderings of The Super Overlook/New Judges Stand. This structure will betransformational for the existing Madison Riverfront. The structure willprovide a multi-purpose venue which can be used on a daily basis bycitizens of Madison and Jefferson Counties as well as visitors. Thecommittee anticipates this site will become the location for celebrationssuch as concerts, weddings, car shows, festivals, fundraisers, fishingtournaments, and more. Activities related to this project will generatetourism dollars, benefiting both businesses and residents of thearea. The project is being financed through private funds anddonations. To date, the committee has raised $465,000 of the $1.5 Mestimated cost.

Project highlights include:
*Level 1: 4800 Sq. Ft. Angler Structure providing seating and 1200 sq. ft.of shade daily.(10X bigger than existing overlooks)*Level 2: 1200 Sq. Ft. Angler Structure Observation Deck providing incredible views of the breathtaking Madison Riverfront.*Terraced Seating / 8-9 Lighted rows of Approx. 230-250 Ft in length providing seating for hundreds of guests.

About Building Analysis Service:
BAS is locally owned and operated byJoshua Kunze (CEO)and honored to have been selected for the design and construction management of the Madison Super Overlook Project. BAS has also been part of revitalizing many different structures over the past few years in the Madison area from the new Eagle Cotton Mill (Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott), Madison School Corporation, Hanover College and now The Madison Super Overlook Project. Joshua Kunze and his team are looking forward to this new partnership and excited to see more growth and innovation in Downtown Madison, IN.

About The Madison Riverfront Development Committee:
The organization was formed on March 18, 1986 by a group of local individual volunteers 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 isto protect the past while enhancing the future. Madison sits on the bank of the Ohio River with breathtaking views of Kentucky and the Ohio RiverValley. The famed Madison brick walkway stretches 1.5 miles and serves asa reminder of what a community can accomplish when it works together. TheMadison Riverfront Development Committee is a 501 C-3 Organization and all proceeds come from private donations. The committee also hosts 2 AnnualFundraisers. The Madison Riverfront has been Awarded Outstanding CommunityDevelopment Project by the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns!