Hunt Midwest adds infrastructure management services to its offerings and completes a wide range of public and private projects including Tiffany Springs Road, N Amity Avenue, N Eastern Avenue, Line Creek Trail and NE Parvin Road.
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Hunt Midwest Mining merges with Martin Marietta Materials to form Hunt Martin Materials, LLC.
The Parvin Road TIF district is created, spurring growth of the 1,500-acre Hunt Midwest Business Center located on land above SubTropolis.
Hunt Midwest sells Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun to Cedar Fair, LP, the nation’s sixth largest amusement park operator.
Hunt Midwest enters the residential real estate development market with its first development, North Brook, a 300-acre, master planned community that includes 900 homes across five distinct neighborhoods.
Hunt and Steadman merge Great Midwest Corporation and Mid-America Enterprises to form Hunt Midwest Enterprises, Inc. that includes three subsidiaries: Hunt Midwest Entertainment, Inc., Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc. and Hunt Midwest Real Estate Development.
Oceans of Fun, a 60-acre water park, opens adjacent to Worlds of Fun.
Lamar Hunt and Jack Steadman purchase Great Midwest Corporation and revert it back to a private company.