American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet 33 times in June. Check out this recap.

  • Building, Becker’s Hospital Review, and The Bloomington Herald-Times published articles about construction starting on the new Indiana University Health Regional Academic Center/IU Health Bloomington Hospital for which we are doing civil and structural engineering work.
  • Many media outlets reported on the start of construction at 96th Street and Keystone Parkway at the Hamilton County-Marion County line for which we are providing programming management and construction inspection services. These included Inside Indianapolis Business, The Hamilton County Reporter, The Indianapolis Star, The Noblesville Times, WISH-TV Channel 8, WTHR Channel 13, WRTV Channel 6, and WTTV Channel 4.
  • Several media outlets ran stories about the start of work on the Indianapolis Red Line Bus Rapid Transit System. They were WFYI Channel 20, WTHR Channel 13, and WRTV Channel 6. We have completed much design work on a segment of the Red Line and are providing program management to the Indianapolis Department of Public Works for the construction.
  • Radio Station 107.1 the Z in Valparaiso and The Chesterton Tribune published an article the ribbon-cutting held for the renovated plaza at the Porter County Government Center. We designed the new plaza area. (Please see article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Inside Indiana Business, The Hamilton County Reporter, and WTHR Channel 13 reported that Grand Park Sports Complex was voted a top youth sports destination in the nation by Sports Destination We did the civil engineering work on the complex.
  • The Indianapolis Business Journal and The Hamilton County Reporter reported that prep work has begun on the $124 million project to turn State Road 37 in Hamilton County from 126th to 146th streets to a Keystone Parkway-type road. We are part of a team designing the new roadway.
  • The Elkhart Truth, The Goshen News, and WSBT Channel 22 in South Bend ran articles that the Goshen Redevelopment Commission voted to negotiate with American Structurepoint to design the City’s multi-use ice rink and pavilion.
  • published an update about the Indianapolis 16 Tech innovation community for which we have done civil and utility infrastructure work.
  • The Noblesville Times published an article about the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Embassy SuitesHotel and Conference Center for which we provided architectural and interior design services. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The IBJ reported that American Structurepoint is one of five firms reviewing the City of Indianapolis’ space needs at its downtown Indianapolis facilities, including the City-County Building, Old City Hall, the Marion County Jail, and a 500-acre downtown parking garage. We will conduct a physical asset analysis of the space.
  • Inside Indiana Business and The Hamilton County Reporter published articles about a groundbreaking at the $5 million Pro X Athletic Development facility at Grand Spark Sports Complex in Westfield. We provided architectural architecture, interior design, civil, and structural engineering services for the project. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The South Bend Tribune gave its readers an update about the Eddy Street Commons Phase 2 project across the street from the University of Notre Dame campus. The $150 million development includes 400 new apartments, 8,500 sft of retail, an Embassy Suites Hotel, and a new building for the Robinson Community Learning Center. We provided civil engineering, land survey, and landscape architecture services for the project.
  • The Dearborn County Register and trade publication ReJournals told their readers that the Lawrenceburg City Council approved a plan to build a $30 million luxury apartment complex off High Street. We are providing architecture and civil engineering services. (Please see the President’s Column elsewhere in this newsletter.)
  • Current in Carmel published an article about our involvement in the opening of the first Carmel affordable housing project for the Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development organization.


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