American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and landed in the news media and on the internet 16 times in January.

  • Inside Indiana Business, Fox 59 News, and the Current in Westfield all reported on Riverview Health’s plans to expand its Westfield facility currently under construction into a hospital. Our Architecture Group is designing the new hospital, and our renderings could be seen in every media report.
  • Inside Indiana Business reported that Purdue University formerly presented Rolls-Royce Corporation with the keys to the new 55,000-square-foot facility in the Purdue Research Park Aerospace District. (See earlier story.)
  • ENR Midwest published its article about the “ENR Midwest Top Young Professionals” list that includes Vice President of Corporate Affairs Ben Braun. Its available online at this link.
  • The Lafayette Journal & Courier updated the community on plans to build a new $10 million baseball stadium in that city. American Structurepoint architects will present updated renderings to the City sometime this month.
  • The Richmond Palladium-Item reported on the unveiling of preliminary renderings related to improvements at the Wayne County Fairgrounds. The Wayne County Board of Commissioners hired us to review county fairground facilities and make recommendations on improvements that can be completed before the June 2017 fair.
  • The Northwest Indiana Times and The Chesterton Tribune both reported that American Structurepoint architects are working to redesign the front of the Porter County Administration Center that has been in disrepair for years. Preliminary renderings of a redesigned entrance and plaza area were shared at a January 10 public meeting.
  • The Indianapolis Star published a progress report on our work to design an expansion of the Hamilton County Government and Judicial Center that also includes renovating the existing courthouse.
  • The Columbus (Ind.) Republic reported on 5 solutions that American Structurepoint presented to the City for consideration to mitigate the impact of more trains traveling through Columbus beginning in 2018. The City subsequently submitted 2 of those solutions to INDOT for further review.
  • The New Castle Courier-Times published 4 articles during the month informing its readers about the Henry County Comprehensive Plan that our Planning Group is working to complete. The newspaper also quoted Ben Bontrager and Brooke Thomas about the planning process.
  • The Greensburg Daily News gave its readers an update on our work to complete an environmental analysis and report regarding the Veterans Way Phase II project.

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