Cummins plant getting new look



Cummins Inc. plans to change the look of its Seymour Engine Plant campus again with a major office addition and new visitor and employee entrance.

The engine maker, which employed around 500 people last year at the plant and its High Horse Power Tech Center, received approval last week from the Seymour Plan Commission for a development plan that will add office space, make the site more accessible and increase parking.

But commission president Don Myers Jr. voiced concern that two approved crosswalks across Fourth Street, connecting the plant with a new parking lot under construction on the north side of the street, do not make it safe enough for pedestrians.

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