New Buffalo Wild Wings opens at Austin Landing

The Austin Landing Buffalo Wild Wings opened for the first time Monday.

The sports bar chain’s latest Dayton area location is at 10048 Landing Way and will employ about 100 people. BW3 remains in the process of hiring, according to the company.

The new site features “a more dominant bar that anchors the indoor and patio dining experience,” a Buffalo Wild Wings corporate spokesperson said.

It will include “all new fixtures and flooring, VIP spaces, free flowing and flexible seating areas and stadium-like audio/visual technologies with LED modular screens,” the spokesperson said.

The site will be the chain’s first new design in the Dayton area as part of the first such changes for BW3 since 2012. The opening comes a few weeks after Buffalo Wild Wings shut down its Springboro location at 774 N. Main St.

Restaurant hours will be 11 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Wednesday, and 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Thursday through Saturday.



Ex-Teradata exec takes new job with developer

Bruce Langos — a former Teradata executive and current Wright State University trustee — has a new role in the community.

Langos is now executive business advisor and board member with developer RG Properties, the company behind Austin Landing and other local properties.

Previously, Langos had helped the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office build an intelligence center that analyzed data to help that office deploy resources where and when they were most needed.

RG Properties is a privately held real estate investment, development and asset management company owned by Randy Gunlock.

Langos, as Teradata’s chief operations officer, was the Dayton-area public face for that company, a data analytics and data-warehousing business that Langos helped lift to publicly traded-status in 2007.

Teradata moved its administrative offices to San Diego from Miami Twp. — from Austin Landing, in fact — in 2018. Langos left Teradata for the Sheriff’s Office in early 2016. THOMAS GNAU


Firm with local offices announces acquisition

Barge Design Solutions has acquired Nashville-based Gould Turner Group, the companies said recently.

Nashville-based Barge has worked with clients such as Wright Patterson Air Force Base, the Ohio Department of Transportation, the city of Miamisburg, the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers and others. The company has offices in Miamisburg and Cincinnati.

Barge said it has seen nearly 38 percent growth in the past two years, adding more than 180 new employees and opening two new offices. Barge’s staff count grows to 470 with the merger.

“By becoming part of the Barge family, we sustain our brand and become part of a very well-run organization,” Linda Marzialo, CEO of Gould Turner Group, said in the same release. As part of the merger, Gould will retain its name and become a division of Barge. THOMAS GNAU