American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

Our projects were mentioned in media coverage 30 times in June. Check out this month’s news recap.

  • A groundbreaking ceremony for a new Innovation Center at Allison Transmission in Indianapolis received much media coverage from The Indianapolis Business Journal, The Indianapolis Star, Inside Indiana Business, CBS Channel 4, WRTV Channel 6, WISH Channel 8, WTHR Channel 13, and WXIN Channel 59. We are providing multiple services for the center. (Please see the President’s Column elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • A $70 million redevelopment plan for 11 historic buildings in the Brewery District in Columbus, Ohio, made Columbus Business First. We are providing civil engineering services for the massive project that includes four phases comprising a 101,000-sft hotel and event space, a 40,000-sft brew pub, and an 18,000-sft co-working office.
  • Multiple media outlets covered traffic pattern changes at Keystone Parkway and 96th Street put in place to improve traffic flow during construction. We are providing program management and construction inspection services at the intersection. The Indianapolis Star, The Hamilton County Reporter, WRTV Channel 6, WISH Channel 8, WTHR Channel 13, and WXIN Channel 59 reported the change.
  • WFIE Channel 14 updated viewers about the Weinbach Avenue diet project in Evansville. We are providing construction inspection services for the $2.89 million road diet project.
  • A groundbreaking at Barr-Reeve Community Schools in Montgomery, Indiana, merited coverage in The Washington Times-Herald. We are providing civil engineering services for an $11 million, 23,000-sft expansion of an existing school.
  • Inside Indiana Business published an article about a ribbon-cutting at the $25 million Embassy Suites by Hilton in Plainfield. We provided architecture, structural engineering, and civil engineers for the seven-story hotel that includes a conference center.
  • The opening of construction bids for the new Loeb Stadium in Lafayette, Indiana, received coverage in The Lafayette Journal & Courier and WLFI Channel 18.
  • Larry in Fishers Blog reported on a 37 Thrives, a new marketing campaign to keep Fishers residents and business updated on the $124 million State Road 37 corridor project for which we are providing roadway design services.
  • The Warsaw Times Union reported on preliminary design services we are providing for the Anchorage Road project in that city.
  • The Evansville Courier & Press continues to cover expansion plans for the Vanderburgh County Jail. We are providing a cost analysis and an initial conceptual design for the jail expansion.
  • A topping out ceremony for the ultra-luxury Carmichael Hotel in downtown Carmel Indiana received media attention from The Indianapolis Star and Radio Station WIBC. We provided structural engineering services for the hotel. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Another topping out ceremony, this time at the 16 Tech Innovation District in Indianapolis, made The Indianapolis Business Journal. We are providing civil engineering and environmental services for the $30 million Advanced Research and Innovation Building.
  • The Columbus Dispatch reported that the Columbus City Council will provide $5.4 million in public funds for a new 130-unit apartment complex to be built on the city’s Near East Side. We are providing civil engineering services for the project.
  • A delay in approving plans for expanding Deer Road in Springfield, Ohio, received coverage in The Springfield Sun, which also quoted Frank Aransky. American Structurepoint prepared an engineering study regarding the project.
  • Our sponsorship of a Fourth of July fireworks show in Delaware, Ohio, was publicized in The Delaware Gazette and 1808

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