September 4, 2020
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Happy Retirement to Greg Kicinski

After seven highly productive years of leading our Indianapolis Road Group, Greg Kicinski retired from American Structurepoint on August 21. Greg oversaw tremendous growth while leading the Road team. During his tenure, transportation revenues more than doubled from $14 million … Continue reading

September 4, 2020
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Promotion News: Congrats to Mike Raubenolt, Jordan Barker

Congratulations are in order for Mike Raubenolt and Jordan Barker for receiving promotions in August. Read on for the details. Mike Raubenolt – Ohio Road Group Leader We congratulate Mike Raubenolt on his promotion to group leader. He assumes leadership … Continue reading

July 6, 2020
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Greg Kicinski Announces August Retirement

Many congratulations goes to Greg Kicinski who will retire from American Structurepoint in August after seven years of leading the Indianapolis Road Group.  During his tenure as group leader, our companywide transportation revenues have grown from $13.9 million to $31.6 … Continue reading

February 5, 2020
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Multiple Disciplines Bringing Hard Rock Casino To Life

  Multiple American Structurepoint disciplines are excited to bring the $400 million Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana project to life in Gary, Indiana. We are providing: Preliminary engineering and due diligence for roadway design Roadway design on 29th Avenue, Burr … Continue reading

February 5, 2020
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96th and Keystone Parkway Interchange Opens

Motorists are traveling safer and more efficiently upon the opening of the 96th Street and Keystone Parkway interchange in Carmel in early January. The $40 million project converted a dangerous, traffic-signal intersection at the Marion-Hamilton County line to a bridge … Continue reading