American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

Our company’s projects and people continue to make news this summer, appearing in the media and on the web a whopping 68 times in July 2016. As reported earlier in this blog, news that American Structurepoint will design a new stadium to replace Lafayette’s 76-year-old Loeb Stadium baseball field appeared in 57 publications and websites. The Michigan City News Dispatch  and LaPorte County reported on the public open house at the Michigan City Police Department building that American Structurepoint designed. The LaPorte Herald Argus reported that the County Board of Commissioners approved a proposal for our company to create a master plan for relocating offices in the county courthouse and adjoining complex. The Indianapolis Star glowingly reported on the city of Speedway becoming a year-round destination point thanks to redevelopment along Main Street. The redevelopment occurred as a result of a master plan American Structurepoint created for the Speedway Redevelopment Commission.  Eagle County 99.3 Online publicized that Lawrenceburg and American Structurepoint are seeking public input for the master plan we are creating to guide new development along the Lawrenceburg riverfront. The BlueSky ground breaking continued to shine in the media spotlight, this time appearing in the Current of Noblesville. Our company’s work to establish a transit oriented development in Valparaiso was mentioned in The Times of Northwest Indiana. The Greenfield (Indiana) Daily Reporter published an article that American Structurepoint is working with the City to add a center turn lane to a six-block section of North Franklin Street between US 40 and Seventh Street.

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Loeb Stadium (Use this link

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Lawrenceburg Riverfront Master Plan (use this link:

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