Indiana Furniture completes move to new corporate headquarters – Dubois County Free Press, Inc.

March 18, 2024 | by

Indiana Furniture announced today that it has relocated its corporate headquarters to 1919 Hospitality Drive in Jasper.

This new space is meant to put employees’ needs and the company’s broad portfolio of office furniture front and center. 

Over the past year, the company has undergone a transformation that included updating its manufacturing facilities and consolidating four plants onto a single campus. Now, the company’s entire operation is within a half-mile radius on the city’s south side.  

“As we celebrate 119 years in business, this is a significant milestone for Indiana Furniture,” stated Max Verkamp, President and CEO of Indiana Furniture. “It’s the beginning of a new era.”

The headquarters features a modern design and amenities to promote teamwork, innovation, and employee well-being. It includes a mix of private and open work areas, meeting rooms, break and café-inspired areas, and a variety of huddle spaces for team members to collaborate and share ideas. Also within the space is an interactive furniture studio showcasing their expansive offering and a furniture lab for product development and prototyping.

“We are thrilled about our new location, as this will foster a stronger sense of community and collaboration, more efficiency, and further build pride, all of which helps us and our culture, but also strengthens how we approach and service our customers,” added Verkamp. 

Indiana Furniture opened as the Jasper Novelty Works on March 17, 1905. In 1906, the company completed the construction of the then-modern factory at 12th and Mill Streets.

You can learn more about the company, including its history, at


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