Fort Wayne’s Prairie Quest Consulting Gets New Digs

Sometimes my mind works like the “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” game, in which all actors can be linked to Kevin Bacon through their films. One topic prompts me to explore another and so on until somehow it makes perfect sense to compare two seemingly unrelated things like ice cream and my beloved 1980s drama, "21 Jump Street," starring Johnny Depp.

Anyway, while embarking on one of my infamous home renovation projects (let’s just say I never want to hear the word “wallpaper” again), I started thinking about a renovation project involving Fort Wayne-based Prairie Quest Consulting (PQC). The firm – which offers procurement and acquisition services to federal, state, local and commercial customers – is relocating to a larger office near downtown Fort Wayne to accommodate new information technology equipment and a growing workforce.

Renovation of the existing space is slated for completion by June and plans are underway to add three full and part-time employees to the staff. Among information technology upgrades will be a new network server, phone system and facility security system.

PQC also operates an Indianapolis office.

In the current BizVoice®, president and CEO Stacey Smith describes (as part of a community focus on Fort Wayne) the company’s contributions to the state’s defense sector.