Become a permanent part of Indiana University at Memorial Stadium. Leave your legacy on the glory of old IU with a personalized Memorial Stadium Glory Plaza Brick. Glory Plaza, at the north entrance of the stadium, features brick pavers that can be personalized with individual and company names, dates and special messages. The 4" x 8" and 8" x 8" engraved bricks are a way to recognize and honor families, alumni, and special IU memories. Each brick is permanently displayed on the walkway of Glory Plaza. IU alumni and fans can also order commemorative replicas of their brick to keep for themselves or to give as gifts.
Use the Brick Locator App to search by the exact inscription for a map and the location of your commemorative brick installed on the Museum grounds. The majority of bricks purchased between 2013-July 2018 are located along the Path of Remembrance (Promenade) and can be found within the Brick Locator App.
* The full cost of the $250 and $500 commemorative bricks inlaid at the National Army Museum are tax deductible. Replica bricks and display cases are not tax deductible.The Army Historical Foundation reserves the right to approve all brick inscriptions. Inscriptions that do not conform to the provided inscription guidelines will be declined and will require a new inscription to be submitted.
Thank you for your patience and support of the National Museum of the United States Army through your purchase of a Commemorative Brick. We are presently installing approximately 4000 donor bricks on the South Walk of the 5000 donor bricks we currently have on site.
To ensure that your bricks are co-located you can call FRS (our brick vendor) at 1-855-276-9279. They will make sure that when your bricks are produced, they send it to us wrapped together indicating that they need to be laid together. If you have any questions, please let us know.
Bricks 4 Kidz after-school classes build on the universal popularity of LEGO Bricks to deliver high quality, educational play. Every class is a fun, enriching experience for your child, using the classic bricks loved by generations of children.
The Walk of Honor, now more than 11,000 bricks strong, is divided into three sections: Bricks dedicated solely to those who served in World War I, bricks dedicated to veterans of any military service or bricks that honor civilian friends, family or organizations.
The Green Bricks for Residential and Commercial Buildings Project supports the production of fly ash bricks and Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) blocks in Madhya Pradesh, India. Fly ash bricks and AAC Blocks are high insulation value and low embodied energy bricks and blocks for residential and urban construction. The process to manufacture these concrete blocks and fly ash bricks uses renewable local biomass as a source of energy, uses less energy than the manufacture of conventional clay bricks, and results in a building product with an insulation value higher than conventional alternatives, which in turn can reduce the energy consumption of buildings over their lifespans.
The use of these green concrete blocks and fly ash bricks, in place of clay bricks produced through the BTK process, results in significantly less carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses. Their use also supports local fuel sources, as the biomass fuel for the process comes from biomass briquettes created from local agricultural residues, displacing coal. Further, these blocks and bricks both integrate non-hazardous fly ash wastes from a nearby thermal power plant, which would otherwise be dumped, and are known to contribute to local water and air pollution.