American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet 21 times in March. Check out this recap:

  • The Indianapolis Star wrote about 40 road construction projects that Carmel will tackle this spring and summer. We are responsible for program management of all these projects.
  • Trade publication Engineering Inc., reported about our Community Service efforts. (See article elsewhere in newsletter.)
  • The grand opening celebration of the new Rolls-Royce research and development facility at the Purdue Research Park Aerospace District received coverage in Inside Indiana Business, The Lafayette Journal and Courier, and the Purdue Exponent, the university newspaper. (See article elsewhere in newsletter.)
  • Inside Indiana Business reported that the River Ridge Commerce Center in Jeffersonville had a $1.7 billion economic impact last year, which includes a $65 million investment in infrastructure projects. We have been a key contributor at River Ridge via road and utility infrastructure improvements, site development design, and construction inspection activities. Currently, we are the sole provider of construction inspection for all of River Ridge’s road, utility infrastructure, and large landscape improvement projects.
  • Several media outlets reported on public hearings and available funding for the Red Line bus rapid transit project in Indianapolis. These included Inside Indiana Business, Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ), WTHR Channel 13, and Fox 59 News.
  • Columbus Business First published articles about progress at Evans Farm and about American Structurepoint making the list of the Healthiest Employers in Columbus.
  • Inside Indiana Business reported about a $20 million grant for expansion of the West Lake Corridor from Hammond to Dyer. We completed the comprehensive plan update that made the grant possible.
  • The Kokomo Tribune and The Kokomo Herald reported that the City of Kokomo approved the comprehensive plan we completed for that community, and both publications quoted Rachel Swanson.
  • The Greensburg Daily News reported American Structurepoint will submit final plans for Phase II of for the Veterans Way project to INDOT in May 2018, bids would be opened in October 2018, and that construction could begin in 2019.
  • The Jump IN for Healthy Kids blog reported on our free fruit delivery in the Indianapolis office as an example of a best-practice wellness benefit. (See article elsewhere in newsletter.)
  • The Columbus Republic continued coverage about the ramifications of a railroad study we did for the City of Columbus regarding anticipated increased rail traffic that will begin in 2018.
  • The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette reported that we were chosen to provide engineering design services to widen Bass Road to 3 lanes from Thomas Road to Hillegas Road.

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