American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet 11 times in September. Check out this recap:

  • published an article in advance about an October 3 ribbon cutting of a $1.3 million roundabout at State Route 83 and Mills Road at the border of Nroth Ridgeville and Avon, Ohio. We designed the project, and the article quoted Mike Raubenolt.
  • The New Castle Courier-Times wrote a detailed article about American Structurepoint’s work to craft a new comprehensive master plan for Henry County Indiana.
  • The Chicago Tribune reported that our study of the North Porter County Government Complex in Portage found that the complex is structurally sound and needs updating. That study played in the commissioners’ recent decision to renovate and expand the complex.
  • REBusiness, a real estate trade publication, reported on our architectural work on the BlueSky Technology Partners headquarters in Noblesville, Indiana.
  •, another real estate trade publication, reported that we were the civil engineers for a $32 million mixed-use, residential apartment development in Elkhart, Indiana called Stonewater at The Riverwalk. The development broke ground in September and will be completed in 2019.
  • The Indianapolis Business Journal, The Indianapolis Star, and WXIN Channel 59 reported on progress with the Red Line bus rapid-transit project for which we are providing program management and design services.
  • The Michigan City News-Dispatch published an article about an expansion of the LaPorte County Courthouse that our architecture team is designing. The article quoted architect Daniel Weinheimer.
  • The LaPorte County Herald-Argus reported that the LaPorte County Council and American Structurepoint will hold a public workshop to discuss renovations being planned for the LaPorte County Circuit and Superior courthouses.
  • The Chicago Tribune reported that the Crown Point Board of Public Works and Safety hired American Structurepoint to study flooding problems that occur at Sauerman Wood Park and on US 231 and make recommendations for stormwater drainage improvements.
  • The People for Bikes blog wrote an article about Carmel’s investment in better bicycling that mentions a multi-use path along Range Line Road that we are designing. We also are providing program management for the entire Range Line Road project.

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