May 2, 2013
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DREAM Alive Scholars Return for Third Annual Career Day

By Chelsea Shumaker, Human Resources > Scholars worked in groups of four for the Lego activity, which included each group getting instructions on how to build a bus shelter with specific requirements. This activity was designed to give the scholars … Continue reading

May 2, 2013
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Boyles to Present on Mishawaka Screw Pump at WEFTEC 2013

Kara Boyles (Utility Infrastructure) has been selected to present during the technical session of the Water Environment Federation’s “WEFTEC 2013: The Water Quality Event” for Case Studies of Innovation in Pumping Stations. Boyles will discuss the INDOT SR 331 Screw … Continue reading

May 2, 2013
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ASCE Bridge Bust 2013 Competition Teaches Hoosier High School Students Valuable Engineering Skills

Guest Speaker Willis R. Conner Speaks on Using Civil Engineering Vision to Solve Global Infrastructure Problems By Leslie Benson,  Marketing Communications > More than 100 students from 13 different high schools across Indiana participated in the 34th Annual American Society … Continue reading

May 2, 2013
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Community Service Hub: Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering Time – Matching Hours: American Structurepoint has generously offered to match half of your volunteer time (up to two hours) per month for employees who participate in any company-sponsored events. Previously, volunteer hours were only matched for blood donation … Continue reading

May 2, 2013
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Community Service Hub: Update on The Thirst Project

Almost one billion people on our planet don’t have access to safe, clean drinking water, and proper sanitization. That’s one in every eight of us. 4,500 children die every day from diseases caused by contaminated water. That’s approximately one child … Continue reading

May 2, 2013
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Community Service Hub: DREAM Alive 30-Hour Fast and Community Day

Our DREAM Alive scholars need your support! They are collecting non-perishable food items for Gleaners Food Bank in preparation for their annual Community Day on May 16. The goals for this year’s project are: Bring the corporate, nonprofit, and urban youth … Continue reading

May 2, 2013
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10th Annual SGA Masters Tournament Results

By Jessica Howard, Marketing Communications Group  >  Anticipating winning the coveted green sweater, golfers recently gathered and competed in the 2013 American Structurepoint Masters Golf Tournament, which took place April 8-12. The 10th annual event brought the American Structurepoint Golf … Continue reading

May 2, 2013
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Healthpoint Hub: Spring into Cycling – May is National Bike Month!

Healthpoint’s 6-week Bike Campaign Bike Tip: Use tape around the seatpost, so you always keep your saddle at the same height. Earn Healthpoint$ prizes for getting back on your bike. If you missed this April 26th sign-up date, don’t worry! … Continue reading

May 2, 2013
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Structural Group News

The Structural Group completed design of support framing for the newly refurbished Victory Field archway entrance sign (at the corner of Maryland and West Streets) for Sign Craft Industries in time for the 2013 Indianapolis Indians baseball season.

May 2, 2013
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Awards

Wabash Wins AIA Award Wabash Assisted Living & Rehabilitation Center has won a 2013 Excellence in Architecture/Design Award from the American Institute of Architects, Indianapolis Chapter.

May 2, 2013
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Marketing Communications News in Brief

Submitted 13 proposals Tackled 112 contracts Took 754 phone calls at the front desk  Completed over 198 greenslip requests Designed and coordinated 3 tradeshows Submitted 2 awards Created the Stellar Communities Pilot Program application for the City of Wabash, Indiana … Continue reading