American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

Our projects and staff were mentioned 19 times in the news media in January. Check out this news recap.

  • When the Northwest Times of Indiana  reported on a major renovation of the Porter County Courthouse, it also updated its readers about improvements occurring at the North County Government Complex in Portage of which we are involved. American Structurepoint is providing architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, civil engineering and structural engineering for a 12,000-sft office building that will house a food pantry, the Portage Township Trustee office, and the Porter County Health Department and Assessor’s offices.
  • The Clinton County Daily News reported that construction of Phase 1 of the reconstruction of Washington Avenue will begin soon! American Structurepoint will provide on-site supervision and administration for the City of Frankfort and INDOT.
  • American Structurepoint’s Investigative Team member, Russ Wilson, ruled arson in a Southwest Allen County house fire. There is now a monetary reward being offered for any information that could lead to an arrest. WANE15 News, the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, and the Marysville Journal-Tribune reported on the crime. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Marysville Journal-Tribune reported on the planned housing development near Scott Farms in Marysville, Ohio. American Structurepoint’s Shawn Goodwin addressed concerns from nearby residents, assuring them that any potential traffic issues had been thorough assessed.
  • The Wabash Plain Dealer and the Indiana Economic Digest  reported on an $8.56 million railroad overpass project to which American Structurepoint was selected to complete a grade separation feasibility study to locate an overpass or underpass somewhere in Wabash. Our data was also used in a presentation to INDOT in order to receive a grant.
  • Media outlets reported on Urology of Indiana’s groundbreaking of its Center of Excellence, near the Saxony area of Fishers, in MedTech Park. Media covering the news included: the Hamilton County Reporter  and Inside Indiana Business. (Please see the article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Lafayette Journal and Courier  and Inside Indiana Business highlighted the progress of the Loeb Stadium Project and featured American Structurepoint renderings in the article. (Please see the article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Construction of the new, $300 million, IU Health Bloomington Hospital and IU Health Regional Academic Health Center on the IU Bloomington campus is on schedule, to which American Structurepoint is providing civil and structural engineering services. Indiana Public Media  reported on the timely progress of construction and excitement surrounding the new health complex.
  • The Indianapolis Business Journal  updated its readers about the $12 million project to widen SR 32, also known as Main Street, in downtown Westfield. American Structurepoint is providing road design services for the project that should begin construction in 2022.
  • Columbus Business First  reported about Redwood Living’s plans to build a 143-unit apartment complex for empty nesters in Marysville, Ohio. We are providing civil engineering, traffic engineering, and land surveying services for the project.
  • WEHT TV  and Tristate  told its viewers and readers that American Structurepoint has been chosen to oversee an expansion of the Vanderburgh County Jail in Evansville, Indiana. The first step is for our team to develop conceptual designs for the expansion that could hold 350 to 450 inmates.
  • The Columbus Dispatch reported on an ambitious project – an $11.7 million project to reconstruct a 1.4-mile section of Hudson Street between I-71 and Cleveland Avenue in the Linden neighborhood of Columbus. We are doing roadway design, traffic engineering, civil engineering, land surveying, and designing an urban greenway connector that will encourage multimodal transportation.
  • Columbus Business First  published news about a proposed $15 million, 109-unit apartment complex for residents age 55 and older for which American Structurepoint is providing civil engineering, land surveying, and environmental services. Sugar Maple Commons will be built in Grove City, a Columbus suburb.

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