American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint’s projects and people appeared in the media and on the web more than 16 times during June 2016! The Hendricks County Flyer reported that we were selected as the program manager for the latest extension of Ronald Reagan Parkway. The project covers 9.8 miles from Hendricks County Road 600 North to I-65 in Hendricks and Boone counties at an estimated cost of $100 million. The Flyer also reported that we were selected as the engineer for the County Road 100 South improvement project. The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel and Channel 21 Alive provided updates on plans for the first phase of an estimated $20 million riverfront development along the St. Marys River. American Structurepoint is a design team member.

The Bloomington Herald-Times covered a public information meeting detailing preliminary design plans for the estimated $5.2 million Phase II of the Fullerton Pike project in that city. Our selection as engineering consultant for the $5.2 million third phase of the Margaret Avenue project in Terre Haute received coverage in The Terre Haute Tribune-Star and CBS affiliate WTHI Channel 10. Our sponsorship of the June 17 Whiskey City Regatta in Lawrenceburg was publicized in the Dearborn County Register. The Northwest Indiana Times covered an amendment to the 125th Avenue and Grant Street intersection improvement project in Crown Point. The following employees also had their names and/or photos in the media spotlight: Steve Davidson, Brittany Heidenreich, Amanda Johnson, and Patrick Wooden.

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Ronald Reagan Parkway

Fullerton Pike Project 

Margaret Avenue 

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