American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet a whopping 24 times in November. Check out this recap.

  • The Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly and Indiana Economic Digest reported on the downtown parking study that American Structurepoint conducted for the City.
  • CEDIA’s corporate blog publicized that American Structurepoint architects Rob Bray and Randy Robinson were in attendance when Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness took a ‘’dusty boots” tour of the new CEDIA headquarters building that is now open. A grand opening ceremony is scheduled for spring 2019.
  • Several media outlets reported that work progressed so well on I-69 between Bloomington and Martinsville (formerly known as SR 37) that INDOT set the speed limit at 70 MPH. American Structurepoint provided technical procurement advisor and land surveying services for this section. Media covering the news included the Associated Press, WFIU Channel 30, WRTV Channel 6, WTHR Channel 13, WTTV Channel 4, and WXIN Channel 59.
  • The Chicago Tribune and Travelwire News reported that American Structurepoint will do an engineering study that will improve public access to the Buffington Harbor area of Gary. The study will look at whether building bridges around Cline Avenue will hinder freight trains passing through the area.
  • The Hamilton County Reporter and Current in Carmel reported that the first two floors of the Riverview Health Westfield Hospital are now officially open to the public. We provided multiple services for the hospital, including architecture, interior design, civil, and structural engineering.
  • The Noblesville Times told its readers that veterans attending a Veterans Day ceremony in Carmel received a special gift courtesy of American Structurepoint.
  • The Indianapolis Star published a video update and a feature story about the Red Line Bus Rapid Bus Transit project. We provided design services for the project.
  • The Goshen News updated its readers about plans for a $5.6 million multi-use pavilion and ice rink designed by American Structurepoint architects.
  • Columbus Business First published an update about the 28-story Millennial Tower multi-use development planned for the RiverSouth area of Columbus, Ohio for which did civil engineering work.
  • ENR Midwest quoted Cash Canfield about the Red Line project in a feature called “City Grill.” 
  • Columbus Business First reported on a new housing development in Dublin, Ohio known as The Hamlet of Jerome. American Structurepoint is providing civil engineering services for the subdivision featuring high-end homes costing up to $750,000.
  • The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, WANE Channel 15, and WFFT Channel 55 covered the $14 million renovation of the Fort Wayne VA Med Center. American Structurepoint provided architecture, civil engineering, and structural engineering services for the project. (Please see article elsewhere in this newsletter).



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