American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint projects and people landed in the news media and on the internet 30 times in February. Check out this recap:

  • Multiple media outlets published articles about GEICO’s $16 million expansion in Carmel for which American Structurepoint is providing architecture and interior design services. These included trade publications Area Development and Collision WeekIndianapolis Business Journal, Inside Indiana Business, The Indianapolis Star, U.S. News & World Report, radio stations WIBC in Indianapolis and Giant 96 Real Radio in Shelbyville, and TV stations WISH TV Channel 8, WRTV Channel 6, WTHR Channel 13, WTTV Channel 4, and WXIN Channel 59, all in Indianapolis. (Please see article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Inside Indiana Business  and PR Newswire reported that Knowledge Services selected American Structurepoint for archictural services to design and develop its new 80,000-sft headquarters campus in Fishers, Indiana. (Please see article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Noblesville Times, Hamilton County Reporter, and WXIN Channel 59 in Indianapolis reported that American Structurepoint is providing architecture and engineering services for a $1 million expansion of the Hamilton County Morgue at Riverview Health in Noblesville. The Hamilton County Reporter also published a photo of Joel Farmer with their article.
  • Business Development Director John Kennedy was quoted in the Northwest Times of Indiana about the impact that Stan Dostatni had on hundreds of projects during his 40-year tenure as Hammond city engineer. Dostatni passed away suddenly in February.
  • The Hamilton County Reporter and the Larry in Fishers blog published an article about Fishers moving forward with a bond issue to fund the $70 million Saxony Sports Complex. American Structurepoint provided land survey and site development/construction plan services for this 2-story, 382,000-sft sports pavilion.
  • The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette and The Fort Wayne News Sentinel ran articles reporting that American Structurepoint will conduct a parking study addressing that city’s downtown parking shortage.
  • The Greenfield Daily Reporter reported that the Fortville Town Council formally adopted the Broadway Fortville TIF District Master Plan. American Structurepoint’s planning staff led this strategic planning effort.
  • The Muncie Star Press and The Richmond Pallidium-Item reported on the public reveal of the new Randolph County Comprehensive Plan that American Structurepoint coordinated and wrote for the county. The articles also quoted Brooke Thomas and Brandon Bart about the plan’s importance and lasting impact.
  • Current in Carmel published an article about the road construction projects that will occur in 2018. American Structurepoint is providing program management services for many of these projects.
  • Tristate of Evansville reported that American Structurepoint delivered to the Vanderburgh County commissioners a Capital Improvement Plan and Program for Vanderburgh County roads.

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