American Structurepoint In The News

Our projects were mentioned in media coverage 23 times in November and December. Check out this month’s news recap.

  • A groundbreaking for a new $24 million community recreation center in Merrillville, Indiana garnered coverage in The Northwest Times of Indiana. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Vanderburgh County Detention Center expansion project received continued coverage in the Evansville Courier & Press. American Structurepoint is a key member of a design team recommending four design alternatives that will be debated in public meetings early 2020.
  • American Structurepoint is providing civil engineering services for the $86 million Championship Park development in Kokomo, Indiana. The Kokomo Tribune quoted Justin Olashuk about the project that includes baseball/softball fields; new roadways, grading, and sanitary sewers; and plenty of land for future hotel, retail, and commercial development.
  • Construction on the new multimillion-dollar highway project in Southern Indiana is underway. American Structurepoint is providing environmental, right-of-way engineering, and utility infrastructure services for this heavy haul transportation corridor located in Clark County, Indiana. WDRB Channel 14 Louisville reported on the groundbreaking. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The approval of a $15 million housing development in Grove City, Ohio for which we are providing civil engineering services was covered in The Columbus Business First.
  • Glasswater Creek, an assisted living facility located in Plainfield, Indiana, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to give guests a look at the new multimillion-dollar development. American Structurepoint provided architecture, interior design, and structural engineering services for the senior living facility. News of the opening was shared in a press release on PRWeb.
  • American Structurepoint’s presentation of the finalized schematic design report of the new county government annex and renovated courthouse in Albion, Indiana, received coverage in the KCP News.
  • The addition of American Structurepoint’s newest healthcare design practice leader, Rob Schoeck, was reported by Building Indiana and the national trade publication Medical Construction & Design Magazine.
  • The Metropolitan Development Commission in Indianapolis has been asked to a approve tax abatement for an $11 million Milestone Contractors LP headquarters project in Beech Grove, Indiana to which American Structurepoint is providing architecture services. Inside Indiana Business reported on this proposed tax abatement.
  • American Structurepoint provided civil engineering services for the The Yardley apartment complex in Olde Towne East neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio, which opened to residents on November 1. The Columbus Underground website gave the public a first look at the new building.
  • The Hamilton County Reporter covered the City of Carmel’s honored annual Veterans Day Ceremony in Tarkington Theater at The Center for Performing Arts. Each veteran in attendance received a gift, courtesy of American Structurepoint and Drs. Lauck & McLean Optometry and Eyewear.
  • The November ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new 200,000-sft addition to the dormakaba Center of Door Hardware Excellence in Indianapolis received coverage on WISH-TV 8 and Inside Indiana Business. American Structurepoint provided architecture, civil engineering, environmental services, land surveying, and structural engineering services for the project.
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  • The Indianapolis Star confirmed the highly anticipated opening of the Keystone Parkway bridge over 96th Street at the Marion-Hamilton County line. American Structurepoint is providing construction inspection and program management services the City of Carmel for this $40 million intersection improvement project at 96th Street and Keystone Parkway.
  • The La Salle News Tribune reported that $2 million of renovations of ahead for the St. Hyacinth Catholic Church in LaSalle, Illinois. The renovation plans are based upon American Structurepoint’s multi-day inspection and subsequent comprehensive condition assessment report authored by the Illinois Investigative Group.
  • American Structurepoint recently provided the City of Richmond, Indiana with a 170-page comprehensive plan. The Richmond Palladium-Item published an article that summarizes the top 12 programs to be implemented from the plain.
  • The future of Richmond, Indiana’s parks system was mentioned in an article published by the Richmond Palladium-Item. American Structurepoint is on the consultant team to provide planning services for a new master plan for the City’s park system.
  • Inside Indiana Business shared the news of one of American Structurepoint’s newest leaders, Preston Ray. Preston joins the Investigative Group as project manager.
  • A maintenance plan for Montgomery County, Indiana’s 172 bridges being done by American Structurepoint received coverage in The Crawfordsville Journal.
  • com reported about a detailed development plan for a Westfield, Indiana 27,234-sft commercial building that will result in multiple retail tenants. American Structurepoint is providing civil engineering services for the development.
  • The Columbus Underground website shared plans of a new 11-story apartment building and existing building renovation in downtown Columbus for which we are providing civil engineering services.

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