American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet 25 times in August. Check out this recap:

  • The Bloomington Herald-Times, the IBJ, and Inside Indiana Business reported that the Indiana University Board of Trustees approved final site plans and the exterior design for the proposed $340 million IU Regional Academic Health Center that will house the new IU Health Bloomington hospital. We are providing site/civil services for both projects.
  • The Kokomo Perspective, a weekly newspaper and online entity, published an article about the $40 million expansion of Ivy Tech Community College’s Kokomo campus for which we are the architects.
  • The Current in Carmel reported on Carmel awarding a $28.8 million contract to construct the Keystone Parkway-96th Street roundabout in spring 2018. We are providing design review and construction inspection on this project.
  • The Indianapolis Business Journal, Inside Indiana Business, and The Times of Northwest Indiana reported on the Hammond Sportsplex and Community Center groundbreaking. We are designing the $17 million sportsplex. (Please see article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The San Marcos Corridor News reported that American Structurepoint was likely to be selected to provide design plans and envrionmental documentation for the $14.5 million FM 3237 safety project in Hays County (Please see Rick’s column elsewhere in the newsletter.
  • Multiple news outlets ran reports on the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new BlueSky Technology Partners heaquarters in Noblesville. They included the Current in Noblesville, Inside Indiana Business, The Noblesville Times, and The Hamilton County Reporter. (See article elswhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette wrote about our architects being approved to design an estimated $1.1 million new K-9 training facility for the Allen County Sheriff’s Department. (See article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The trade publication Walls and Ceiling Magazine quoted senior architect Steve Hanscom about how aesthetics were a major focus of the Meyer Najem project. “The goal was to create an office building for a major general contractor that represented high design and detailing in a cost-effective manner.”
  • Several media outlets reported throughout August on the tiff between the Cities of Indianapolis and Carmel regarding the building of several roudnabouts along 96th Street for which we are providing program management, as well as designing a few of the roundabouts. Both cities eventually reached an agreement about their dispute that will allow construction work to continue after both the Carmel City Council and Indianapolis City-County Council approve the agreement. The Current in Carmel, the IBJ, Indianapolis Star, WTHR Channel 13, and WRTV Channel 6 all ran stories.
  • The New Castle Courier-Times published an article that the City Council will apply for a $50,000 grant to pay for a comprehensive plan for which the City is seeking American Structurepoint to create.
  • Chris Murphy was quoted in The Michigan City News-Dispatch that the design for the Ohio Street Project in that city is about 45 percent complete and that 95 percent of the design should be done in early September, after which a public meeting will take place to discuss the design plans with residents.

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