American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet a whopping 16 times in July. Check out this recap:

  • The Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ) published an extensive article about a $550 million mixed-used project at the former GM Stamping Plant site on downtown Indianapolis’ western edge. We are providing civil engineering and land surveying services for the project.
  • The IBJ reported the City of Indianapolis approved issuing $8 million in bonds to help fund the $36 million 414 West Vermont Street Hotel project in downtown Indianapolis. Our Architecture + Interiors Group is designing the dual hotel project.
  • Current of Noblesville published a cover story about BlueSky Technology Partner’s move to its new Noblesville headquarters. Our Architecture + Interiors Group designed the stunning building.
  • Inside Indiana Business and WLFI Channel 18 in Lafayette reported that the City of Lafayette signed a $1.3 million contract with American Structurepoint for the architectural design of the revamped Loeb Stadium in Columbian Park.
  • Our involvement with Dream Alive in providing an internship for Dream Alive scholar Dwight Bunton received exposure in a feature story published in The Indianapolis Star.
  • An American Structurepoint study about increased railroad traffic in Columbus, Indiana, made the news again, this time appearing in The Columbus Republic, the Associated Press, US News and World Report, Inside Indiana Business, and The San Francisco Chronicle.
  • The ValpoLife website published a story about the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority’s comprehensive strategic plan that won an award from the Indiana chapter of the American Planning Association. We led the strategic planning process and wrote the final plan.
  • Inside Indiana Business provided an update about the Red Line Bus Rapid Transit project. Our Traffic and Road teams are designing a leg of the new line, expected to begin construction later this year.
  • The Kokomo Tribune published a lengthy article about that city’s new comprehensive plan that American Structurepoint wrote after leading the master planning process.
  • The IBJ reported on an extended stay hotel being planned for Whitestown, Indiana, that our Architecture + Interiors Group is designing.
  • The Greensburg Daily News heralded that Phase II of the Veterans Way project has gained up to six weeks on the construction schedule now that the Federal Highway Administration approved an environmental report. Additionally, design of the new roadway is 70 percent complete.

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