American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

Our projects were mentioned in media coverage 23 times in July. Check out this month’s news recap.

  • The City of Richmond’s decision to move forward with American Structurepoint to develop a land use plan for the former Reid Memorial Hospital property was covered by Richmond Palladium-Item. We are currently working on a comprehensive plan for the city. This project will be an additional element to future development plans which will include: recommendations for land use, transportation, community development, and more.
  • The Noble County Council in Albion, Indiana, approved more than $190,000 to hire American Structurepoint to handle preliminary design work on the county’s project to consolidate government offices under two roofs. The News-Sun reported the announcement.
  • The Indianapolis Star and The Indy Channel reported that construction on the Red Line wrapped up on July 31. American Structurepoint is one of the designers for the project. WFYI, WTHR, WRTV, and WISH-TV also covered the impending Red Line opening as well as accompanying traffic enforcements. Parking restrictions along the Red Line route are now being strictly enforced. IndyGo will offer free transportation on the Red Line throughout August.
  • Chris Jensen announced the organizing committee for the transition of the Noblesville city government. The Noblesville Times published the list of leaders who will serve on the committee that includes Mike Hendricks (Utility Infrastructure Group), who will serve as a Road & Infrastructure Co-Chair.
  • Columbus Business First reported on a 70-acre development in Powell, Ohio, that is being proposed by Redwood Apartment Neighborhoods. American Structurepoint is part of the design team.
  • The Goshen News and The Elkhart Truth reported on the execution of a contract that confirmed American Structurepoint will oversee engineering services for the College Avenue reconstruction project from US 33 east to the Norfolk Southern railroad tracks. We ranked first out of five other firms who were proposing for the project.
  • The topping-out ceremony for the Innovation 1 building, the first new structure at 16 Tech. Inside Indiana Business reported on the construction milestone! (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter for more details).
  • Inside Indiana Business also highlighted the arrival of our most recently appointed vice president, Matt Moore.  (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter for more details).
  • Two American Structurepoint projects made the Columbus Business First column, The List, which ranks engineering contract amounts to central Ohio offices. Our Mill Creek Expressway Design-Build project came in second with a $4.5 million contract amount. The Hudson Street Improvements project ranked 19th, with a $650,000 contract amount.
  • The South Side Leader reported on the Green City Council hearing, which included the second reading of a resolution authorizing a contract with American Structurepoint for professional engineering services for the Massillon and Boettler roads roundabout project and the Massillon Road and Corporate Woods Circle roundabout project.
  • The B Square Beacon published an article that includes an update on the near completion of Phase 1 of the Fullerton Pike project in Bloomington, Indiana. American Structurepoint is providing construction inspection services.
  • The Chronicle-Telegram and PJP Newspapers covered a North Ridgeville, Ohio City Council meeting that discussed a potential roundabout for which American Structurepoint performed a study. Mike Raubenolt was quoted, as he addressed concerns from residents at the meeting.
  • The Evansville Courier & Press published an article about the City’s continued effort to secure funds for the Vanderburgh County Jail expansion project, for which American Structurepoint is providing architectural services.
  • The Indianapolis Recorder reported on 16 Tech and the priority that the project team has placed on incorporating minority-owned companies. American Structurepoint is providing civil engineering and environmental services for the project.
  • Channel 14 News and the TriState Homepage in Evansville, Indiana reported on the temporary closing of the local Weinbach and Bellemeade intersection. The closure is part of the Weinbach Avenue Road Diet project to which American Structurepoint is providing construction inspection services.

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