Mostly I like the layout of the page, it is very professional looking. You've also done all of the right things to get the site indexed very well. The problem that most designers have/don't even think about is the findability of the page. If you have all kinds of information but no way to access that information, it's as good as useless. You have textual links, your meta tags are in order, code wise, to make the site easier to find, you should include a document type definition, and you should add a specific encoding to the page in your
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" />
Also, I don't see an HTML declaration at all at the top. It's a good idea to add lines similar to the following at the top:
I notice this type of code on other pages, but not the index page.
I would also consider adding a sitemap to the page, this will make indexing it 100% easier and it will make sure that all of your pages get indexed with the search engine, not just the main page. And I was just wondering, about how close to complete is the site?