American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

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


  • The Elkhart Truth reported that American Structurepoint was one of six firms submitting bids to design a municipally owned ice rink and pavilion in Goshen.
  • The Hamilton County Reporter published an article about the town of Sheridan naming a baseball diamond after Joe Grinstead. (Please see article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Several media outlets reported that $75 million in federal funding finally was released to the City of Indianapolis so that construction can begin on the Red Line bus rapid transit line. These included Inside Indianapolis Business, The Indianapolis Star, WISH-TV Channel 8, WTHR Channel 13, WRTV Channel 6, and WTTV Channel 4. We have completed much design work on a segment of the Red Line and are providing program management to the Indianapolis Department of Public Works for the construction.
  • WTHI-TV Channel 10 in Terre Haute broadcast a report about the $4.8 million project to reconstruct Howard Street and Market Street in the town of Rockville, Indiana. (Please see article elsewhere in newsletter.)
  • Inside Indiana Business reported on the ribbon-cutting of the Sigma Tau Gamma new national headquarters in Indianapolis for which we provided civil engineering services. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Hamilton County Reporter, The Hoosier Herald, and The IBJ reported that Hamilton County officials decided to delay choosing a firm to build the $24 million expansion of the Hamilton County Government and Judicial Center. The reason? All bids the County received were about $300,000 over budget. We have completed the architectural design for the project that will be revisited later in the year.
  • Purdue University News announced that American Structurepoint is among two teams selected as finalists to design two new student housing facilities that will add about 1,100 new beds to the West Lafayette campus. An announcement of the winning team will occur in July 2018.
  • WNDU Channel 13 and The South Bend Tribune ran reports about proposed changes coming to the Ironwood-Corby-Rockne intersection in South Bend, Indiana. American Structurepoint provided these services for the project: road design and plan development services, traffic analysis, pavement design services, environmental services, pubic involvement.
  • The Indianapolis Business Journal published an extensive article about Speedway, Indiana’s redevelopment efforts to enhance Main Street. The article highlighted the Wilshaw apartment and hotel project for which we are providing staking services. We also were part of a multidisciplinary team that provided an array of master planning services leading to the revamped Main Street area.
  • Building published an article highlighting the I-465/I-65 south interchange that earned the Public Works Project of the Year from the Construction Advancement Foundation of Northern Indiana. We provided project management, traffic engineering, value engineering, and road design services for the massive project. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Northwest Times of Indiana reported that American Structurepoint is providing new efficient architectural designs for the Merrillville Community Center.
  • The Chesterton Tribune told its readers that the Porter County Commissioners approved a payment for American Structrurepoint’s design work on the county’administration center plaza.
  • The Hamilton County Reporter and the Larry in Fishers blog gave their readers an update on construction plans for the State Road 37 Corridor in Fishers that we have designed. Construction at State Road 37 and 126th Street will begin in 2019.
  • Area published an in-depth article about the Indianapolis 16 Tech development that we are providing multiple road and utility infrastructure design services.
  • An op-ed written by the new owner of the Lafayette Aviators baseball team and published in The Lafayette Courier-Journal said the new Lafayette stadium being designed by American Structurepoint will be a world-class facility with amenities the entire family can enjoy.

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