American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet a whopping 38 times in June. Check out this recap:   

  • The Elkhart Truth and ABC Channel 57 in South Bend reported that the City of Elkhart approved hiring American Structurepoint to conduct a $50,000 study to determine the scope and location of a proposed new public safety complex. The complex would become home to the Elkhart Police and Fire departments, 911 Communications Center, and the Elkhart Emergency Management Department.
  • The June 16 ribbon-cutting and grand opening celebration of the Smart Streets initiative made big news in South Bend, Indiana. (See the story elsewhere in the newsletter.) The South Bend Tribune wrote several stories throughout the month and TV stations WNDU Channel 16, WSBT Channel 22, and ABC57 Channel WBND all covered the opening.
  • The Indianapolis Business Journal, WRTV Channel 6, and WXIN Channel 59 reported on progress by the City of Indianapolis to issue $8 million in tax-increment revenue bonds to help finance a dual hotel project that seeks to preserve portions of the former Bethel African Methodist Church along the Central Canal in downtown. Our Architecture Group is designing the entire project.
  • News that the IU Board of Trustees approved renovation of the IU Golf Course in Bloomington made a big splash statewide. Our Civil Engineering Group is doing the civil engineering and site work on the renovation. The Indiana Daily Student, Inside Indiana Business, The Bloomington Herald-Times, The Batesville Herald-Tribune, and The Indianapolis Star all ran articles about the renovation.
  • The unveiling of conceptual designs and a construction timeline for the $16 million transformation of Loeb Stadium was big news in Lafayette. The Lafayette Journal & Courier , WLFI Channel 18, and radio station WBAA all published articles about the project. The Lafayette Journal & Courier also published a three-minute video interview with lead architect Dan McCloskey that can be viewed here.
  • The Gary Post-Tribune reported on several capital projects in Porter County, Indiana, including a refurbishing of the plaza outside the county administration building in downtown Valparaiso that we are designing.
  • The Gary Post-Tribune ran an article about the Lake Station sewer project that will alleviate frequent breaks that occur in the old piping. (See the article elsewhere in newsletter.)
  • Another new deadline – August 2018 – was set for completing the I-69 extension between Bloomington and Martinsville, and the state took financial control of the project. Media outlets covering the news included  Inside Indiana Business, The Indianapolis Star, WXIN Channel 59, WRTV Channel 6, and WTHR Channel 13.
  • Roundabout construction on Range Line Road in Carmel was the subject of several news articles, including The Indianapolis Star, The Sheridan News, CBS Channel 4, and WRTV Channel 6.
  • Multiple media outlets and major trade industry publications reported on CEDIA building a new headquarters in Fishers that our architects and interior design teams are designing. These include Inside Indiana Business, The Indianapolis Star, CEPro Magazine,, Hidden, and WISH TV Channel 8. (See the article elsewhere in the newsletter)
  • Building Indiana, a niche business publication and website, published an article about the Riverview Health Westfield  Hospital project that our architects are designing.
  • The Lebanon Reporter reported on the unveiling of a master plan for the former Lebanon Indiana Conservation Club property now owned by the Lebanon Parks and Recreation Department. American Structurepoint was a subconsultant to Cornerstone Engineering on the plan.
  • The Chesterton Tribune reported that American Structurepoint was approved as the consultant to design the replacement of the deck of the Old Porter Road bridge in that northwestern Indiana city rather than replace the entire bridge
  • The Chesterton Tribune wrote about American Structurepoint  as designing Phase II of the Westchester-Liberty Trail that broke ground recently.

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