Allied Solutions announces Carmel expansion, 600 jobs by 2025

Gov. Mike Pence looks on as Mayor Jim Brainard makes the announcement. Pete Hilger, President of Allied Solutions, is on the right.

Carmel-based Allied Solutions announced an expansion Thursday and the promise of 600 new jobs by 2025.

Mayor Jim Brainard made the announcement, flanked by Gov. Mike Pence and Allied Solutions President Pete Hilger.

Allied Solutions, which has been based in Carmel since 1998, provides and distributes insurance, lending, and marketing products to financial institutions across the country. The plan calls for a "major expansion" and relocation of the company's corporate headquarters. Allied Solutions will spend $32.9 million on a new five-story building in Carmel's Midtown area.

The addition of 600 jobs will double the company's size.

It's hoped that the development will support Midtown, with the goal of connecting Carmel's Arts and Design District to the City Center and Center for the Performing Arts.


Old Town Development will develop Allied Solution’s new 137,000 square foot building and lease the top four floors to the company, with the first floor to be leased by another prominent local company to be announced soon, along with several restaurants on the plaza. The project will also include a new four-story parking garage with 600-700 spaces that will be open to the public as well.