American Structurepoint In The News

Our projects were mentioned in media coverage 18 times in October. Check out this month’s news recap.

  • The opening of Howard Avenue in Rockville, Indiana, garnered media attention from WTWO/WAWV. American Structurepoint provided roadway design and construction inspection for the project. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • In a Building Indiana Business article, Ben Braun discussed American Structurepoint’s strategy to develop construction industry talent. Ben was cited among a handful of construction industry leaders.
  • A construction milestone was met as the final beam was laid for the new Indiana University Regional Academic Health Center in Bloomington. Media outlets, including WTIU/WFIU, the Indiana University website, Healthcare Design Magazine, and Inside Indiana Business reported, on the building’s progression. We provided structural engineering and civil engineering services for the project
  • The Lafayette Journal & Courier updated the public on the status of construction of Loeb Stadium. Crews are moving forward with demolition of the site. American Structurepoint is providing architectural design services for the new facility.
  • IndyGo is working to improve the timeliness and consistency of the Red Line buses. The Indiana Business Journal reported on IndyGo’s efforts to keep buses on schedule.
  • The City of Elkhart, Indiana is purchasing the former Bayer building for construction of new combined police and fire stations. American Structurepoint is contracted to provide design, construction documentation, and procurement and construction services for the project. The Elkhart Truth reported on the acquisition. Rick Conner was directly quoted about the pricing of the new facility.
  • Two American Structurepoint-designed sports facilities were mentioned in the Stadium Journey’s ranking of the Top Ballparks of Indiana. The Kokomo Municipal Ballpark ranked as the sixth-best summer collegiate ballpark. The article referenced that fact that the design of the Kokomo Ballpark is being used to inspire renovations of Loeb Stadium.
  • American Structurepoint was offered a special thanks for their sponsorship of the Riverview Health Foundation Masquerade Ball, an event held to raise funds and celebrate the generosity of donors for supporting the newly named Courtney Cox Cole Infusion Center. The Times (Hamilton County Online Newspaper) reported on the fundraiser.
  • Epeak World News reported on a military and veteran networking event at the Ohio State University held for students with a military background who are entering the STEM workforce. American Structurepoint was one of 11 companies onsite for the event.
  • American Structurepoint’s work on the Refresh Evansville water distribution improvement project was mentioned in the Evansville Courier & Press. On the heels of a major $2.7 million portion of the project, Project Manager Brian Fox provided insight on upcoming construction. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Milestone Contractors plans to spend $11 million to build a new headquarters and maintenance hub in Beech Grove, Indiana. We are providing architectural design and civil engineering services for both buildings. The Indianapolis Business Journal reported on the news.
  • News of a Hammond Redevelopment Commission meeting was reported in the Chicago Tribune. Among talk of budget cuts and expectations for 2020, American Structurepoint’s work on the conceptual drawings a new trailhead in the community received mention.
  • An updated, more thorough look at what a new county government annex and renovated courthouse in Albion, Indiana might look like appeared in the KPC News. American Structurepoint will provide detailed drawings room by room. Dan Weinheimer was directly quoted in the article.
  • Red Line ridership numbers for September are in. According to the Indianapolis Star, IndyGo reported 230,651 boardings in September, which averages to nearly 7,700 riders per day. We provided traffic engineering and design services for the Red Line.
  • Inside Indiana Business reported on the hiring of Rob Schoeck as healthcare practice leader for the Architecture + Interiors Group.

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