American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet 20 times in April. Check out this recap:

  • The Hendricks County Flyer and Inside Indiana Business covered the groundbreaking of the $25 million Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center at the I-70 interchange in Plainfield, Indiana. (See article elsewhere in newsletter.)
  • Many media outlets reported about the $13.5 million project to improve traffic flow along Range Line Road in Carmel from 116th Street to 4th Street. The Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ), The Indianapolis Star, Inside Indiana Business, WISH TV Channel 8, WRTV Channel 6, CBS Channel 4 News, WXIN Fox 59, and WTHR Channel 13 all covered the story. (See article elsewhere in newsletter).
  • The Terre Haute Tribune-Star covered a groundbreaking ceremony for Phase III of the Margaret Avenue Reconstruction project and quoted Company President Rick Conner in its article. The publication also credited our project designers for providing stats for a sidebar about the materials needed to build the railroad overpass we are designing, such as 1 million lbs. of concrete! (See article elsewhere in newsletter)
  • The News and Tribune in Jeffersonville reported on the public comment process regarding potential routes for a heavy haul road that will connect SR 265/Old Salem Road interchange to the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville. We are providing environmental, utility infrastructure, and right-of-way services for the project. The article quoted Briana Hope, who is compiling public comments for an environmental study.
  • Inside Indiana Business published an article written by Steve Davidson about the benefits of tolling the Indiana interstate system as a long-term funding solution for road repair.
  • Inside Indiana Business reported that the Northeast Indiana Regional Development Authority recommended funding for the first phase of the $20 million Riverfront development in Fort Wayne for which we are providing environmental services.
  • The Times of Northwest Indiana wrote about American Structurepoint winning work to design a multi-use elevated pedestrian and bicycle trail that will connect downtown Valparaiso to a new ChicaGo Dash parking lot and ticket both to be built in the city. ChicaGO Dash is an express commuter bus service from downtown Valparaiso to downtown Chicago. The length of the trail is yet to be determined.
  • The New Castle Courier Times reported an update about the Henry County Comprehensive Plan process that American Structurepoint is spearheading. The article quoted Brooke Thomas.
  • The Gary Post-Tribune and The Times of Northwest Indiana reported on a traffic study that we will be doing to optimize timing of all 33 traffic signals in Valparaiso.
  • The Gary Post-Tribune also reported on American Structurepoint working to redesign the plaza at the Porter County Administration Building to include green space, trees, and a sloped sidewalk.
  • Larry In Fishers, a popular Fishers, Indiana blogger, published an update about the SR 37 corridor upgrade in Fishers and included a photo of Eric Farny talking about our engineering plans that are 40-percent complete.
  • The Columbus Republic reported that data from railroad study we completed for that city will be shared with the public at a meeting hosted by the Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce.

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