American Structurepoint in the News

American Structurepoint projects and people appeared in the news media 17 times in June. Here’s a recap.

  • Several news outlets in Posey County reported on the unveiling of plans for the Western Bypass project we are designing. These included the TriState Homepage, Channel 14 News, and Channel 44 News. (Please see the article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Indianapolis Business Journal reported the news that American Structurepoint is designing several infrastructure and roadway improvements in the Twin Aire neighborhood of Indianapolis. The improvements are preparing for the opening of additional buildings at the nearby Community Justice Center.
  • Building Excellence Magazine published a glowing article about the new Loeb Stadium in Lafayette for which we provided architecture design services. Meanwhile, Stadium published a strong review of Loeb’s design and amenities.
  • A public workshop to gather input about the Forward Kosciusko County initiative to update the county’s master plan caught the attention of the Ink Free Press in Kosciusko County. We are consulting on the plan along with Taylor Siefker Williams Douglas Design Group and MACOG.
  • The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette reported on the approval of an $839,809 contract with American Structurepoint related to the Bass Road project for which we provided engineering design services.
  • Columbus Business First heralded the opening of a new wedding event venue, Edison 777 in the Italian Village area, for which we provided civil engineering services.
  • WRTV Channel 6 News in Indianapolis ran a feature store about DREAM Alive that mentioned our work with program scholars.
  • ABC6 News in Columbus reported about a new affordable site, Sinclair Family Apartments, in North Columbus for which we are providing civil engineering, land surveying, and road services.
  • Indy Midtown Magazine reported that the Purple Line bus rapid transit project connecting Lawrence with downtown Indianapolis will receive $250 million in federal funding. Meanwhile, Building Excellence in Design and Construction Magazine published an account of a webinar where details about the Purple Line project were shared. We are providing program management services to Indianapolis DPW for the Purple Line.
  • The Indianapolis Business Journal reported that the Noblesville City Council approved an $18.6 million bond anticipation note to pay for the preliminary costs of Phase One of the Pleasant Street extension project for which we are providing roadway design services. Phase One runs from 11th Street to River Road.
  • The Lafayette Journal & Courier told its readers the city has hired American Structurepoint to do engineering work for converting Third and Fourth streets from one-way to two-way streets in the downtown area. We previously did the feasibility study for the conversion.
  • Current in Westfield reported on the city council’s unanimous approval to revoke a proposed ordinance to terminate the interlocal agreement with the Indiana Department of Transportation to widen SR 32. The SR 32 project, for which we are providing engineering design services, can now proceed.
  • Details about the SR 37 project between Fishers and Noblesville in Hamilton County, Indiana, comprised a good portion of the annual State of the County address highlighted in the Hamilton County Reporter.
  • Terminal, the AIM newsletter, published an article touting our roundabout expertise.

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