Four Projects Win ACEC Indiana Engineering Excellence Awards

American Structurepoint has much to celebrate this December – we learned that four of our projects are receiving ACEC Indiana Engineering Excellence Awards. Even better, one project received an Honor Award and will go on to compete at the national level. Read on the details.

Noblesville WWTP Phosphorus Removal & Aeration Improvements – Honor Award


The Utility Infrastructure Group’s work on a biological phosphorus removal treatment process for the   Noblesville Wastewater Treatment Plant has won the highest award possible from ACEC Indiana. The design also replaced centrifugal blowers and leaking buried air mains with energy-efficient turbo blowers and above-ground stainless steel piping. The project now goes on to compete in January for national recognition as one of the nation’s best. Good luck at the national level!

Indianapolis Stormwater Management Program – Merit Award

The Utility Infrastructure scored another win for program management of the $37 million annual stormwater program for the Indianapolis Department of Public Works. We have staff onsite at DPW who  plan and implement a stormwater master plan and capital improvement program for Indianapolis for projects such as dams, levees, culverts, and neighborhood stormwater drainage improvement projects.

Margaret Avenue Phase III, 14th Street to 25th Street – Merit Award

The Transportation Group provided roadway and bridge design for this major east-west corridor in Terre Haute, Indiana. This phase involved total reconstruction of Margaret Avenue and included a new bridge built over the CSX railroad, alleviated traffic queuing problem at the heavily used railroad crossing.

Vanderburgh County CIPP – State Finalist Award

Our Transportation Group performed the analysis, created a ranking system, and then wrote the Vanderburgh County Capital Improvement Program and Plan.It serves as a master plan for the next 20 years for roadway, bridge, trailway, and drainage projects in Vanderburgh County, Indiana. Since the plan’s adoption in August 2018, the county commissioners have used the CIPP’s data to seek funding for seven projects currently in various stages of design.

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