American Structurepoint in the News

American Structurepoint projects and people appeared in the news media 31 times in August. Here’s a recap.

  • Multiple news outlets reported news of plans for three additional hypersonic technology and high-tech jet engine testing facilities at Purdue University that we are designing. These include the Indianapolis Business Journal, Inside Indiana Business, Purdue University Newsroom, Aerospace Testing International, and Composites World.
  • Public Now reported the Promenade Park riverfront project in Fort Wayne, for which we did environmental work, received a 2021 ULI Americas Award for Excellence.  (Please see the article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Purple Line Bus Rapid Transit project in Indianapolis, for which we are providing program management services to Indianapolis DPW, received $81 million in federal funding to help pay construction costs. The Indianapolis Business Journal, Indianapolis Star, and Inside Indiana Business covered the news.
  • American Structurepoint is among four finalists being considered to update Findlay’s strategic plan, as reported by the Findlay (Ohio) Courier.
  • The Richmond Palladium-Item gave its readers an update about a recent meeting American Structurepoint architects conducted with the Wayne County commissioners and county council members to discuss renovation options for the Wayne County public meeting chambers.
  • The City of Bonita Springs, Florida awarding work for engineering design services to American Structurepoint for the Goodwin Street Pedestrian and Drainage Improvement Project made news in Lee Today.
  • published an article about the opening of a new roundabout at Chestnut Ridge Road and Alternate Ohio 83 in North Ridgeville, Ohio. We provided design services for the project. (Please see the article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Life in Lafayette gave an update on improvements at Columbian Park, including the new Loeb Stadium that we designed.
  • The Warsaw Times-Union and News Now Warsaw reported on preliminary engineering work getting underway for the Anchorage Road project we are designing.
  • Building Indiana and the Daily Advert published articles reporting American Structurepoint as the designer of record providing architectural, civil engineering, and structural engineering services for the $500 million IDIQ contract with Naval Station Rota.
  • published a notice that the City and American Structurepoint will conduct a public information session on September 9 regarding the Hohman Avenue Redesign Project in downtown Hammond.
  • The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety published a study of roundabouts in Carmel. The study found that teardrop roundabout interchanges, such as ones we designed for Keystone Parkway and other Carmel intersections, reduced injury crashes by 84% and all property damage accidents by two-thirds. Forbes Magazine published an article about the study as well.
  • The Columbus Dispatch published an article about the approval of preliminary plans in Powell, Ohio for a mixed-used development of 327 apartment homes and a skilled nursing facility for which we provided civil engineering and land surveying services.
  • The Coshocton Tribune reported about the nonprofit group Our Town Coshocton hiring American Structurepoint to conduct an analysis of the circa-1895 Selby Building to determine steps needed to make the building safe for future use.
  • The first-ever soccer game played in the new multipurpose Loeb Stadium we designed made news in the Lafayette Journal & Courier.
  • reported about the City of South Bend’s enhanced combined sewer overflow long-term control plan winning approval from the US Department of Justice, the US Environmental Protection Agency, and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. We are on the Stantec team of consultants developing solutions contained in the plan.
  • News about tenants for a $70 million mixed-use project in the Brewery District of Columbus for which we did civil engineering caught the attention of several Columbus, Ohio media outlets: Columbus Business First, NBC 4, and BCN Stay.
  • The Columbus Republic (Indiana) reported on progress for a downtown mixed-use development for which we are providing architectural design services. The project includes a 200-unit apartment complex and an urban grocer facility.
  • San Marcos Corridor News published an article about Hays County, Texas beginning construction later this month on the RM 3237 and RM 150 roundabout we designed. The roundabout will replace a T-intersection.

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