American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet 25 times in May. Check out this recap:

  • The Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ), The Indianapolis Recorder, The Indianapolis Star, and WXIN Channel 59 News reported that the Red Line bus-rapid transit (BRT) project in Indianapolis will receive $50 million in federal funding and that a groundbreaking is expected later this year. American Structurepoint is providing several traffic signal and road design services for the southern half of the Red Line project.  
  • Inside Indiana Business ran an article about the 2017 Best Places to Work in Indiana list and that we made the list. (See article elsewhere in newsletter.)
  • The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel and The Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) Communicator reported that construction will begin this summer on the Fort Wayne riverfront revitalization project for which we are providing environmental services.
  • Inside Indiana Business wrote a feature story about the North American headquarters of Switzerland-based REGO-FIX that recently opened in Whitestown, Indiana. We provided site and civil engineering services for the new headquarters.
  • Inside Indiana Business also published a feature story about groundbreaking tests that Rolls-Royce is conducting at the Purdue Research Park Aerospace District in West Lafayette. Tests are occurring to resolve a common issue in fuel pump development. We provided architectural, structural, and interior design services for the facility.
  • The Indianapolis Recorder, WISH TV Channel 8, WXIN Channel 59, and CBS WTTV 4 all ran news stories about the grand opening of the Eagledale Senior Apartments in Indianapolis. American Structurepoint provided architectural services for this affordable housing project. (See other article in newsletter)
  • The New Castle Courier-Times reported on the public open house event that the American Structurepoint Planning Group facilitated to gather feedback that will be used to create the Henry County Comprehensive Plan. The article quoted Brooke Thomas and Ted Bleicher.
  • Current in Carmel published an article that mentioned the effort to transform Range Line Road into a corridor with fewer lanes, more roundabouts, and a landscaped center media. We are providing construction management for the project and designing the streetscape and three roundabouts.
  • Current in Noblesville reported on our community service work with Janus Developmental Services to create a master plan for the organization that provides programming and career opportunities to individuals with disabilities.
  • Inside Indiana Business, The Purdue Exponent, and WXIN Fox 59 all reported on crews beginning work to widen I-65 in northwest Indiana from SR 2 to US 30 in Newton and Lake counties. We are providing construction inspection services for the project.
  • The South Bend Tribune published an update about the $21 million South Bend “Smart Streets” project as it neared completion. American Structurepoint performed the traffic impact study for a major road diet and the one-way to two-conversion for several major downtown roadways. We also provided landscape architecture, roadway design plans, and traffic signal modification design plans for 30 downtown intersections.
  • The Canton Repository,, and The published articles about the Green (Ohio) City Council approving a $185,000 engineering contract with American Structurepoint for preliminary engineering of a proposed roundabout at SR 619 and Pickle Road.
  • Radio station WTRE in Greensburg, Indiana reported on a public hearing regarding for the proposed Veterans Way Phase II project. Monica Del Real led the hearing.
  • The Gary Post-Tribune published an article about renewed interest between the City of Portage and American Structurepoint in redesigning Central Avenue in Portage.

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