American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet 20 times in October. Check out this recap:
- The Zionsville Times Sentinel reported that the City of Lebanon is moving forward with a feasbility study with American Structurepoint to determine the best configuration for a new interchange (proposed Exit 42) at I-65.
- American Structurepoint’s work to design the new CEDIA headquarters is featured in The Indianapolis Star’s article about six projects that will change the landscape in Fishers, Indiana.
- The Lorain Morning Journal published an article and photos of the opening of the $1.2 million Avon-Ridgeville roundabout at SR 83 and Mills Road. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
- Clayton County Register in Iowa, The Columbus Dispatch, The Davenport Quad-City Times, and The Dubuque Telegraph Herald all published articles about Jim Frey’s bicycle ride benefitting the Women’s Global Cancer Alliance of which American Structurepoint is a major sponsor. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
- The Crawfordsville Journal Review reported that Montgomery County Commissioners entered into an agreement with American Structurepoint to conduct the county’s bridge inspection and inventory program for cycle years 2018 through 2021.
- The Zionsville Times Sentinel also reported that the Lebanon Redevleopment Commission appropriated $33,100 for American Structurepoint to complete survey work related to implementing the Downtown Action Plan.
- Many media outlets reported on the news that Bastian Solutions, a susidiary of Toyota Industries Croporate global systems integrator will build a 90,000-sft manufacturing facility in Westfield. We are providing civil engineering services for this new facility. Media covering the exciting news included Area Development.com, Inside Indiana Business, Current in Westfield, radio station WIBC, The Indianapolis Business Journal, The Indianapolis Star, WISH TV Channel 8, WRTV Channel 6, and WXIN Fox 59. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
- Inside Indiana Business included Brittany Heidenreich’s name in an article about the Best and Brightest finalists. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
- The Michigan City News-Dispatch published an article about a public hearing regarding the reconstruction and widening of Ohio Street from Kieffer Road to US 20 that we are designing in that city. Greg Lorig was listed as the public contact for questions or additional comments about the project.