American Structurepoint In The News

Our projects were mentioned in media coverage 22 times in September. Check out this month’s news recap.

  • American Structurepoint is providing construction inspection services for an Evansville Water & Utility project. The Evansville Courier & Press updated the public on the timeline of construction, and a local stakeholder mentioned American Structurepoint’s attentiveness to the public’s questions and concerns throughout the entire process.
  • Media outlets continued to report on the Loeb Stadium groundbreaking. Building Indiana published an article highlight American Structurepoint’s work on the architectural design.
  • The groundbreaking of the State Road 37 project in Fishers garnered a significant amount of media attention. Outlets covering the event include the Indiana Business Journal, Inside Indiana Business, Larry in Fishers Blog, Fox 59, the Indianapolis Star, Noblesville Times, and WRTV Channel 6.
  • The Red Line remains a hot media item. WTHR Channel 13, WISH-TV Channel 8, and WRTV 6 reported on ridership updates and reaction from the public.
  • American Structurepoint’s Tak Kai Pang, Utility Infrastructure Group, authored a publication for Aim Indiana. The article focuses on ways to harvest value from your wastewater treatment plant.
  • American Structurepoint led a three-firm team to produce a regional development plan for the Our Southern Indiana Regional Development Authority. The plan, now completed and sent to the Indiana Economic Development Commission, was mentioned in the news by Louisville Business First, Inside Indiana Business, and the Madison County Courier.
  • American Structurepoint provided detailed schematic drawings for a possible annex for some Noble County offices in Albion, Indiana. Both Dan Weinheimer and Matt Wright presented refined options to the commissioners. They were also both quoted in the KPC News
  • The Good Scout Award, presented every year by the Boy Scouts of the Wabash Valley, was presented this month. The Tribune-Star reported on the award presentation. American Structurepoint was listed as a First Class Scout Sponsor.
  • In an article addressing the prosperity of Richmond, Indiana’s downtown area, the Palladium-Item reported on the City’s partnership with a market analysis firm to examine opportunities. This insight will further inform American Structurepoint’s comprehensive plan, which was also mentioned in the article.
  • Columbus Business First updated readers about a proposed mixed-use high tower project to be built near Ohio University. American Structurepoint is providing land surveying and civil engineering services for the 10-story tower at the corner of High and North streets.
  • Costs to build the new Indiana University Health Bloomington Regional Academic Health Center have risen to $557 million, reports The Bloomington Herald-Times. American Structurepoint is providing structural and civil engineering services for the project.
  • Three solutions developed by American Structurepoint engineers to lessen flood damage from future hurricanes and tropical storms in Bonita Springs, Florida, received coverage in The Naples Daily News. The newspaper article quoted Jared Wilkerson and David Haas.
  • The Bloomington Herald-Times updated readers on plans for the Fullerton Pike Phase III project in that city. American Structurepoint has designed three options for Phase III and needs public comment; the article quoted project manager Patrick Wooden.

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