American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

The company’s projects and people popped up five times in the news media and on the web last month. The Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ) reported on a $30 million project to transform the city’s oldest African-American church property into two hotels. American Structurepoint is the architect for repurposing the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church near the downtown Central Canal into hotels for Sun Development and Management Corporation. Plans call for preserving the church’s bell tower and some of its façade as part of the hotel design. The IBJ also reported on American Structurepoint’s $1.39 million traffic study of the 96th Street corridor in Carmel from Haverstick Road to the White River. The Noblesville Times published a front-page photo of our Embassy Suites hotel project planned for that city. The Columbus Republic reported on the Columbus (Indiana) Redevelopment Commission considering spending up to $125,000 to hire American Structurepoint to do an economic impact analysis of current and proposed railroad traffic in that city and develop alternatives to the current railroad grade crossing causing the traffic backups. Additionally, the AutoDesk blog published a lengthy article featuring Cash Canfield and Mike McBride pointing out how 3D animations and models have helped the company better explain road projects to the public. You can check out the links below:

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Downtown Indianapolis Hotel Project 

Carmel Road Study 

Columbus Railroad Study

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